Al Asad, Iraq, November 16, 2016 - Greetings from Al Asad, Iraq: First I would like to take the opportunity to thank you!
The outpouring of support that still exists from the Citizens of the United States of America is something to behold. Our country has been fighting wars and helping other countries fight wars since the dawn of time, or so it seems, let us not forget we had help from other countries (France) just to become a country. So in a way I figure we are still paying that dept off every generation.
Somehow my generation got to do two major conflicts. I must add that our total 'lost and injured' has nowhere near come close to any generation before us. It has been a long 15 years and most of the population in the US have become 'bored' with war and it is no longer the 'in thing' to support the troops like it was for the first few years, yet the core of our honest and hard working citizens have been supporting us 'over here' without fail for the duration. With that thought in mind, I salute each and everyone whom have given so much and asked for little or nothing in return.
Afghanistan, October 25, 2016: Hello All, Our team here at the Regional Contracting Office Afghanistan want to say THANK YOU for thinking of us and the great support that you provide to us. Thank you for supporting America's troops.
Without Hesitation or Fear!
~~ SGM Darnyell -----
Afghanistan September 22, 2016 –
Support our troops,
We recently received our care packages and I must say that they are awesome and have definitely enhanced the morale in our deployed working center.
All of the airman who received the packages were beaming with thankfulness when they opened and seen the goodies. Most specifically our one female airman was overwhelmed with thankfulness that the items she received were dedicated to our female deployed.
Most of our deployed members have never received care packages from home yet and the look on their faces when they received your packages was one of true thankfulness, overwhelming emotion and a deep sense of being encouraged during this difficult time.
Thank you deeply, ~~ TSgt John -----