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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.

Message From troops 294

Thank you for all of your support for our families and our friends. Your thoughts and prayers help me get through most days. We all need a little push now and then. I also thank the Philidelphia Eagles for giving me a great team and see ya at the Super Bowl, Oh Yea GO E-A-G-L-E-s ~~1LT Andy -------, Lebanon, Pa.

Message From troops 295

Hello everyone. My name is Operations Specialist First Class Stephen ------. I am originally from Las Vegas and I just wanted to say thank you to a great city and country for supporting us. I was on one of the first ships of the coast on September 12th, 2001. I remember coming home after that deployment and all the love and respect I received from people all over Las Vegas and Clark County. Everywhere I went I received hugs and thank you's when someone found out I was in the military. I just wanted to say thank you to everyone for keeping all Soldiers, Sailors, Marines, and Airmen in your prayers. We appreciate all your support. Thank You ~~ OS1(SW) Stephen L. -----, Task Force 68, US Navy, Las Vegas, Nev.

Message From troops 296

I just want to thank all the people who are in any way related to this program, from the founding member to the people who just write encouraging messages. We all appreciate you support. ~~A1C Wesley ------USAF, Tyler

Message From troops 297

Thank you for all the nice words and encouragement!!! It means a lot to us. When you see a soldier please just take the time to say thank you for your service you have no idea how much that means to us. Again thank you and God bless!!! ~~SSG Burrell ------, Great Mills, Md.

Message From troops 298

Just got done reading some of the great letters from the cowboy State. Thank you all for such a wonderful, heartfelt outpouring of support. My team and I are stationed here in Afghanistan helping the local population with water, food, and power, as well as helping the local law enforcement with training and equipment. I proudly fly the UW pendant from my HMMWV (Humvee) and wow does it create a stir! If nothing else it is a wonderful conversation starter and usualy leads into meeting someone else from Wyoming. Only wish that I could be home for football season this year... will have lots of catching up to do next. I am proud to be associated with each and every one of you and proud to be doing what I can to secure freedom's future. COWBOY UP!...LET 'ER BUCK God bless you all! ~~Erich ------, SGM, ARMY, Fort Laramie (Cody), Wyo.

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