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Letters

Message From troops 287

For many of us, this is our third deployment to Iraq. In my Battalion we have 846 Soldiers and in my eyes every one of them is a hero. The heroes that often get overlooked are the ones on the home front that support us. I personally have been married for 11 years and out of that, I have been on 5 major deplotments. She could have easily walked away numerous times and I just wanted to thank her and all the other spouses who stand behind their Soldier. The care packages that people send us are very much appreciated. Getting a care package from an elementary school will crack the hardest Soldier every time and puts everything in perspective. Thank you to all the Spouses, Parents, Family Members, Friends, supporters, and most of all America. ~~CSM Randall ------, Ludowici/Fort Stewart, Ga.

Message From troops 288

Thank you for keeping us in your prayers and thaoughts. I was wondering if you guys could send some swedish fish to me. My address is air department v-1, uss essex lhd 2, Fpo ap 96643-1661. Thank you your navy veteran. ~~David ------, ABHAA USN, Lake ariel, Pa.

Message From troops 289

I just wanted to thank all of you for your support. I agree with you when you say that it is a selfless job that we do, but we couldn't do it without the support of great Americans like yourselves. Thank you! ~~Cpl Jarvie ------, USMC, Salt Lake City

Message From troops 290

I truly have missed the Aloha!! Thank you for all the thoughts and prayers you have sent. The Aloha spirit has touched us and kept us safe. We are looking forward to being back on the beautiful beaches and catching up on the time we missed away from Hawaii!! ~~SGT -------, US Army, Makakilo

Message From troops 291

First I want to say THANK YOU to everyone back in the states. The support we receive by letters gives us morale and a reminder of why we chose to serve and protect America. Second, everyone who has supported me somehow back in Wisconsin...Thank you very much. Being half way around the world it means a lot. I appreciate everything you have done...I will be home soon! ~~Amn Christina -------, USAF Security Forces, Chili, WI

Message From troops 292

Hello everyone. I am Yeoman Second Class Petty Officer Lisa -------, United States Navy. I am originally from Gambrills, MD and I stationed in Iraq right now. I want to thank everyone who supports our missions out here. Thank you for keeping us in your prayers and supporting us by sending letters, packages or anything to boost our morale. You support gives our Sailors, Marines, Soldiers, and Airman the fuel needed to complete the mission. Thank you again and we will be home soon. ~~Yeoman Second Class Petty Officer Lisa ------, United States Navy, Gambrills, MD

Message From troops 293

Dear Family and Friends - On behalf of all the great Men and Women presently deployed to Iraq as members of 2nd Forward Support Medical Team, C/2-135th (UH-60 Black Hawk MEDEVAC) General Support Aviation Battalion, I would like to thank each of you for the tremendous boost in morale and comfort each of us receives from your encouragement, prayers, and support. Without exception, each of us serves in the hope that sacrifices we make and hardships our families endure will ultimately result in a safer and more peaceful world with liberty's freedoms accessible to far more people than have the priviledge of enjoying them today. Best wishes to each of you. Take care and stay safe. ~~Sincerely, SSG Barry ------, CUTTER 27 Platoon Sergeant 2nd FSMT, C/2-135th GSAB Army National Guard, Crete, Neb.
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