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I pray that each one of you come home safely. As a mom who had a son in Iraq for 18 months I know the pain and concern of the families here in the good old USA. I hope you each you tell yourselves 'How important you are and how important the task is that you are doing.' Try to think of something to make you smile. My son told me this is the only way it all made sense. God Bless, walk safely and come home soon. ~~Linda L -------, Wasilla

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What you are doing means the world to me. Saying thank you for your service doesn't even begin to say enough. Each of you has given more of yourself than necessary. I want you to know that you do have love and support back home. When you get home, I hope and pray that you all get the welcome that you deserve. More importantly, I pray for your safety and your families. Each of you are a hero and so much more to me. Thanks for all that you do, both at home and abroad. ~~Lorena -------

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Thank you for your hardwork and courage. Soon you will be home and proud of all that you have helped get accompolished. Thank you for your service to our country. God bless you. ~~Michael -------, Winchester, Va.

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You all rock our socks! We love you and come home soon. We will be waiting with open arms. ~~Ashley, San Antonio

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Thank you so much for all you do for us! I grew up with my father in the Army and because of that, I have the utmost respect for those that serve in the military. From my family to you, we thank you from the bottom of our heart. ~~Lani ------- and family, Mathews, Va.

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I would like to thank the Armed Forces for protecting our freedom and making the sacrifices that you do. ~~Ivey W ------- Jr., Camilla, Ga.

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