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    Hope all of the soldiers over there are doing okay! Thank you for your service. It takes a brave person to put themselves willingly into those circumstances. I hate that there has to be wars, but the USA is lucky to have you guys fighting for our rights and freedom

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    I am not going to get to far into this, our soldiers are hungry its very so its time to help!! nothing else to say
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    TIME TO GO SHOPPING!


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    You guys are very nice and helpful. That is so sad if they are going without......

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    One must ask?

    if they do it to them what stops them from doing it to us

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    God Bless folks time for bed


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    That is heartbreaking. Nobody should ever have to go without food.
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    Big day tomorrow the food needs to be packed and shipped YUM guys
    God bless!


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    That is awesome!!

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    Just wanted to drop by and say hello Pop...and thank you
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    Hi everyone!

    I would like to thank all our soldiers and their family's for all the sacrifices. Thank you all

    I was e-mailing about six weeks ago with a soldier, lets just call him Matt stationed in Afghanistan. Matt had mentioned a crazy ride on a c-130, Folks i have never been in the Military. I had no clue what or how that would feel, well a couple of weeks ago i read a post on (zeroHeadge)from a soldier. I am going to share with everyone, for some reason this really hit home to me!. I do not remember the author and god bless him for sharing his words and feelings.



    Try standing up in a C-130 with a helmet, web gear, main chute, reserve chute, couple of weapons, 120lbs rucksack. Say 200lbs. You are tied

    up like a rodeo calf. After sitting in a nylon web bench for 6-8 hours. Last two hours, low level vomit ride. And cause you are at the end of the stick, and the drop zone is so small, the pilots coming around for multiple passes is pulling another full G. 400lbs. Did I mention it's night, about 100 degrees and the deck is slippery with piss and vomit? Anyway, you want out, bad. Crawling if need be. Live volcano? No problem. Let. Me. Out.
    Then there's a few violent seconds of all that open, no open chute business. If combat at 350 feet, don't worry there isn't time. Well after you crumple into whatever, tree, roof, concrete-rocks are nice, your vision starts to acclimate.
    You are pretty useless for a bit. Unless a body part is at unnatural angles. You may or may not have your pack. Your rifle may be in two pieces. You might not need a 120 lb + pack because someone else's is just above you at some speed of 32ft/sec2. Or a nice hard radio. Or a surprise.
    No one ever shot at me. Thank God.




    Have a safe Memorial Day and lord help us all
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    Hi everyone

    I do don't expect a response from our soldiers BUT we have sent a lot of packages that should have been received just updating ( keeping my word) I would also like to thank all the soldiers that visit us in at the shop. Thank you guys!! what a blessing a brick and mortar can be Its real


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