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USO Canteen FReeper FRiday....ALOHA RONNIE.......July 19,2002
ALOHA RONNIE and Snow Bunny

Posted on 07/19/2002 12:59:48 AM PDT by Snow Bunny

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If you know a Veteran, someone in your family,
friend of the family, neighbor, who served their
country, take a brief moment of your day to thank them.
Thank them for the sacrifice they made
for the better good of their country.

We at Free Republic, and the USO Canteen FReeper Style,
are thankful for every service member
in our military, who has served our great nation.

So, to the men and women who answered the call,
in both times of war and peace, thank you.

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Message from Snow Bunny to all those who visit the Canteen.

This is how I think of the USO Canteen Freeper Style.
It is like a cottage down a road,
a place where a weary veteran can spend the night.

Since it opened, it is magical how so many
Freepers who post here, feel it too.
It has been so dear how the Freepers
kept making it a cottage - a home-type of place
that had a huge living room
for them to visit in and a dance floor, a library, etc.

Many Veterans have written to me,
saying that the Canteen is like home
to them for the first time since they served.

This is your Canteen -
a respite from our busy
and sometimes troubling world.
Make yourself at home.

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The USO Canteen Honors FReepers
who have served,
or are now serving their country.

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You may have a loved one who has served in the past.
We at the FReeper USO Canteen would like to honor each and every one.


I DRANG'.. 1st Cav Licensed Mustang with ALOHA RONNIE Guyer in front of his home at Christmas with Lights Home,
American Flag ..Cross ..
'WE WERE SOLDIERS'.. Cap -&- all

ALOHA RONNIE
Ronnie Guyer, Sp/4
HHC, 1/7th Cav 1965-66
Vet/Battle of IA DRANG-1965 - LZ Falcon

"We few, we happy few, we band of brothers,
For he to-day that sheds his blood with me
Shall be my brother."

Shakespeare, Henry V

IA DRANG S-1 Personnel Clerk
After IA DRANG-1965 I typed up Lt. Col. HAL G. MOORE's Letters of
Condolances to the Hero families of our many Hero KIA -&- WIA Soldiers

ALOHA RONNIE was Lt. Col. HAL G. MOORE's
personal Radioman/Driver/Orderly right up to
IA DRANG-1965 Campaign

In November 1965, 450 U.S. soldiers were dropped
into a small clearing in the Ia Drang Valley.
They were surrounded by 2,000 North Vietnamese soldiers.


CH-47 Chinook and S-2/3 Personnel HHC, 1/7 Cav above hill west of Bong Son-Operation White Wing/Masher April 1966


PleiMi.jpg = SP/4 Ronald W. Guyer (HHC, 1/7 S-1 Clerk) standing at entrance to Plei Me Special Forces Camp awaiting AirLift to LZ Falcon IA DRANG Valley 14 Nov 65


Commo Platoon HHC, 1/7 Cav resting in Bong Son Farm backyard, March 1966. (Paul Smith's Group)


SP/4 Ronald W. Guyer standing with a visiting young Senator TED KENNEDY at 1st Cav Div HQ October 1965


First Light 14 Nov 65 at French Fortress east of Plei Me Special Forces Camp / Lt. Col. Hal Moore planning Air Assault into LZ X-Ray 30' to my right front.


Up close picture of Lt. Col. Harold G. Moore taken in 1/7 Cav Battalion Area at An Khe just before or after our Plei Me-IA DRANG Operation, late 1965.


LZ FALCON, a smiling and Victorious Lt. Col. Harold G. Moore newly extracted from LZ X-RAY, along with the 1/7 Cav, thanking the HHC Medical Aid Men for their work at LZ X-RAY.


LZ FALCON, Helmeted Lt. Col. Harold G. Moore thanking 1/7 Cav Battalion surgeon Capt. Robert Carrara for his valiant and heroic work at LZ X-RAY saving lives. S/Sgt Keeton is on the left. LZ FALCON Medical Aid Station 2nd Lt (?) on the right is the one who pronounced S-2 CPT Tom Metzger KIA after his extraction from Huey at Falcon fresh from X-Ray.


Sp/4 Ronnie Guyer standing in front of the closest thing to a Christmas Tree to be found on Christmas Day 1965 at 1/7th Cav HQ at An Khe


Victorious Lt. Col. Harold G. Moore at PLEIKU Airstrip reading Congratulatory Telegram from Commanding General William Westmoreland who immediately followed him on top of this Jeep to personally salute the members of the 1/7 Cav for their "Outstanding Victory" at IA DRANG


1st Cav. Div. Commanding General Harry W.O. Kinnard welcoming the 1/7th Cav back to Home Base at An Khe. A smiling Lt. Col. Harold G. Moore is in the middle.


The first two Communist North Vietnamese Regular POW's of the Battle of IA DRANG fresh from LZ X-RAY are escorted from Helicopter to Helicopter at LZ FALCON by members of the HHC, 1/7 Cav. Associated Press Photographer is running to the right to get in front of them to take the picture that is in 'WE WERE SOLDIERS ONCE....AND YOUNG.' Shadow of me taking this picture is at lower left. I consider this Picture one of the best. Notice M-16 POW wounded knee on one of the POW's in the middle of the picture.

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Actor SAM ELLIOTT who portrays Hero CSM BASIL PLUMLEY to MEL GIBSON's Lt. Col. HAL MOORE in ..'WE WERE SOLDIERS'.. with ALOHA RONNIE Guyer/Radio Operator to both in Vietnam ...and the real IA DRANG-1965 Hero S-3 Operations Officer Capt MATT DILLON ...who I also Clerked for ...to the left at our Year 2001 IA DRANG Alumni D.C. Conference. (photo taken by Kevin Burke)

With our very own ALOHA RONNIE Guyer/Radio Operator to both in Vietnam ...
and the real IA DRANG-1965 Hero S-3 Operations Officer Capt MATT DILLON ...
who ALOHA RONNIE also Clerked for ...to the left at the Year 2001 IA DRANG
Alumni D.C. Conference.

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Vietnam Troopship the USNS ROSE



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Tribute To HEROES

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If there's anything that identifies and personifies all military people, it's the dogtags.
It's one of the first things we get, and sometimes it's the last reminder of who we are.
They signify our unity of purpose and our dedication to our country.

COB1

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Tribute to Vietnam Veterans
Please click on picture.

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The great intangible of America's wars beyond logistics,
beyond strategy, beyond wonder weapons and Generals,
is the spiritual force of its fighting men and women -
and that is the force that the USO so serves.

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For our Troops, and supporters of
those serving now, and our Veterans.

Partners

....USO Canteen The Poetry Branch....

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To Jim Robinson,
Founder of FRee Republic and Navy Veteran

Thank you, from all those
who frequent the FReeper Canteen

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1 posted on 07/19/2002 12:59:48 AM PDT by Snow Bunny
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To: DoughtyOne; 68-69TonkinGulfYatchClub; A Navy Vet

2 posted on 07/19/2002 1:00:56 AM PDT by Snow Bunny
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To: MistyCA
Thank you MistyCA for posting this graphic yesterday.


3 posted on 07/19/2002 1:02:14 AM PDT by Snow Bunny
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To: *USO Canteen; archy; Alamo-Girl; Angelwood; AntiJen; abner; at bay; A Navy Vet; ...

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Thank you everyone of you for your very special and caring support of our troops. Thank you too for welcoming home our wonderful Veterans.God Bless you all and your families.


4 posted on 07/19/2002 1:04:42 AM PDT by Snow Bunny
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To: ProudEagle; exnavy; leadpenny

5 posted on 07/19/2002 1:05:56 AM PDT by Snow Bunny
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To: Snow Bunny
Good morning Bunny.


6 posted on 07/19/2002 1:06:09 AM PDT by Aeronaut
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To: Aeronaut
Hi Aeronaut so great to see you my friend.Are you going to be around on Tuesday? I am doing the thread you suggested that day. It has been so interesting learning about it. Thank you.
7 posted on 07/19/2002 1:27:49 AM PDT by Snow Bunny
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To: ALOHA RONNIE; Snow Bunny; SpookBrat; SassyMom; MistyCA; SAMWolf; CaTexan; ...
Mornin' All ! Happy Friday !
8 posted on 07/19/2002 1:30:44 AM PDT by MeekOneGOP
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To: Snow Bunny
Hi Aeronaut so great to see you my friend.Are you going to be around on Tuesday?

No, I'm leaving for Oshkosh (the air show), and will be gone all week. I am afraid the air cover won't be available next week.

9 posted on 07/19/2002 1:31:03 AM PDT by Aeronaut
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To: Snow Bunny; MeeknMing
Good morning, y'all =^)
10 posted on 07/19/2002 1:33:13 AM PDT by JohnHuang2
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To: AuntB; nunya bidness; GrandmaC; Washington_minuteman; buffyt; Grampa Dave; blackie; CyberRebel; ...


11 posted on 07/19/2002 1:33:59 AM PDT by JohnHuang2
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To: Snow Bunny; ALOHA RONNIE
Two of my favorite FReepers. A bonus Canteen!

I can still taste that red dirt of Pleiku and the Highlands.

Got an early morning 'out the door' and can't wait to read the comments later.
Welcome Home, Snow Bunny, AR, and all Veterans.

12 posted on 07/19/2002 1:55:16 AM PDT by leadpenny
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To: Aeronaut
OK, then you know what....I will save it till you will be in town er ah around. Big smile.Thanks for letting me know, I appreciate it. I look forward to your input .Thanks again.(( hug ))
13 posted on 07/19/2002 2:00:26 AM PDT by Snow Bunny
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To: JohnHuang2
Hi John, thank you so much for pinging the Canteen and for your friendship.(( hug ))
14 posted on 07/19/2002 2:01:28 AM PDT by Snow Bunny
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To: leadpenny
Have a great day my friend.

((((( hug ))))

15 posted on 07/19/2002 2:02:03 AM PDT by Snow Bunny
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To: MeeknMing
Hi Meekie, good to see you !

((( hug )))

16 posted on 07/19/2002 2:02:50 AM PDT by Snow Bunny
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To: Snow Bunny
((hugsbackatya!))
17 posted on 07/19/2002 2:03:23 AM PDT by JohnHuang2
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To: Snow Bunny
                                              Good morning.
18 posted on 07/19/2002 2:26:53 AM PDT by DoughtyOne
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To: ALOHA RONNIE
It is an honor to read about these heros,to see your pictures and to speak to one of them in this Canteen.
19 posted on 07/19/2002 2:40:52 AM PDT by larryjohnson
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To: Snow Bunny; LadyX; JohnHuang2; Aeronaut; DoughtyOne
Good mornin all. The sun is up in Maine and it is 50degF.Looking forward to a bike ride to Jonesboro to have breakfast at the White House. It isn't. White was the original owner. It's on U.S.Route 1.
20 posted on 07/19/2002 2:52:30 AM PDT by larryjohnson
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To: ALOHA RONNIE
Good morning Aloha Ronnie. Thanks bud.
21 posted on 07/19/2002 2:52:54 AM PDT by DoughtyOne
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To: JohnHuang2
Mornin' JH2 !
22 posted on 07/19/2002 2:53:26 AM PDT by MeekOneGOP
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To: larryjohnson
Have a great day Larry.
23 posted on 07/19/2002 2:53:46 AM PDT by DoughtyOne
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To: Snow Bunny
It's SOOooo true. You give the best hugs! Did you have a lovely trip?
24 posted on 07/19/2002 2:54:49 AM PDT by MeekOneGOP
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To: larryjohnson
Good morning, Sir!
25 posted on 07/19/2002 2:56:05 AM PDT by JohnHuang2
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To: DoughtyOne
Good morning to ya, too, amigo.
26 posted on 07/19/2002 2:56:52 AM PDT by JohnHuang2
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To: JohnHuang2
Hi John. Good to see you this morning. Thanks for all the articles you post. Great work.
27 posted on 07/19/2002 3:02:28 AM PDT by DoughtyOne
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To: DoughtyOne
You're welcome -- and good to see you, too.
28 posted on 07/19/2002 3:03:37 AM PDT by JohnHuang2
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To: Snow Bunny
Semper Fi, Ronnie!

You were doing it while I was a child, and you guys were ouur heroes. Welcome Home!

29 posted on 07/19/2002 4:09:12 AM PDT by RaceBannon
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To: ALOHA RONNIE
THANK YOU !!!

SALUTE!

30 posted on 07/19/2002 4:11:32 AM PDT by tomkow6
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To: Snow Bunny; All
Good morning, Snow! Good morning EVERYBODY!
31 posted on 07/19/2002 4:12:52 AM PDT by tomkow6
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To: Snow Bunny

Today's classic warship, USS Michigan (BB-27)

South Carolina class
Displacement. 16,000
Length. 452'9"
Beam. 80'3"
Draft. 24'6"
Speed. 18.5 k.
Complement. 869
Armament. 8 12", 22 3", 4 1-pdrs, 2 .30 cal, mg., 2 21" tt.
Commissioned on 4 January 1910
Stricken from the navy list on 10 November 1923

The USS Michigan (BB-27) was laid down 17 December 1906 by New York Shipbuilding Co., Camden, N.J.; launched 26 May 1908; sponsored by Mrs. F, W. Brooks, daughter of Secretary of the Navy Truman Newberry; and commissioned 4 January 1910, Capt. N. R. Usher in command.

Assigned to the Atlantic Fleet Michigan conducted shakedown off the east coast and in the eastern Caribbean until 7 June 1910. Standing out of New York Harbor 29 July, the battlewagon then steamed along the New England and middle Atlantic coast s on maneuvers. On 2 November she departed Boston, Mass., for a training cruise to western Europe. After visiting Portland, England, she arrived Cherbourg, France, 8 December. She sailed 30 December for the Caribbean, touched Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, 10 January 1911, and reached Norfolk on the 14th.

Michigan operated along the Atlantic coast until standing out from the Virginia Capes 15 November 1912 for a cruise to the Gulf of Mexico. After visiting Pensacola, New Orleans, and Galveston, she arrived Vera Cruz, Mexico, 12 December. She he aded for home 2 days later and reached Hampton Roads on the 20th. She operated along the east coast until departing Quincy, Mass. 6 July for the Gulf coast of Mexico to protect American interests endangered by civil strife in Mexico. The battleship anchored off Tampico on the 15th and remained alert off the Mexican coast until sailing for New York 13 January 1914, reaching Brooklyn Navy Yard on the 20th.

She began a run from Norfolk to Guacanayabo Bay, Cuba, 14 February and returned to Hampton Roads 19 March. Underway again 16 April she joined American forces upholding American honor at Vera Cruz. Reaching that troubled Mexican city 22 April, she landed a battalion of marines as part of the main occupation force, then operated off the Mexican coast heading home 20 June and entered the Delaware Capes on the 16th.

Michigan next put to sea 11 October 1914 and from that time until the eve of America's entry into World War I, operated out of various ports on the eastern seaboard. Assigned to Battleship Force 2, 6 April 1917, the warship escorted convoys, trained recruits, and engaged in fleet maneuvers and battle practice. On 15 January 1918, while steaming in formation with the fleet off Cape Hatteras. Michigan's foremast buckled and was carried away over the port side as the battlewagon lurched violently in the trough of a heavy sea. Six men were killed and 13 injured, five seriously, in this accident. Michigan proceeded to Norfolk where the next day she transferred her casualties to Solace (AH-5). On the 22d she entered Philadelphia Navy Yard for repairs. Early in April she resumed operations off the east coast and trained gunners in Chesapeake Bay until World War I ended.

Ordered to duty with the Cruiser and Transport Force in late December 1918, the battleship made two voyages to Europe, 18 January to 3 March and 18 March to 16 April 1919, returning 1,052 troops to the United States.

Following overhaul at Philadelphia during May and June, Michigan resumed training exercises in the Atlantic until 6 August, when she was placed in limited commission at Philadelphia Nary Yard. She next put to sea 19 May 1919, sailing to Annapoli s to embark midshipmen for a training cruise through the Panama Canal to Honolulu, Hawaii, arriving 3 July. The cruise continued to major west coast naval bases and Guantanamo Bay before the battleship returned home in September. She returned to Philadelphia 5 September, and was placed in ordinary until sailing 4 April 1921 for the Caribbean. Returning Hampton Roads 23 April, she reached Annapolis 18 May to begin her second midshipmen training cruise. She got underway 4 June for Europe, visiting Christiana, Norway; Lisbon, Portugal; and Gibraltar, and returning via Guantanamo to Hampton Roads 11 August. The veteran battleship put to sea 31 August to make her final cruise up the Delaware River to Philadelphia, arriving 1 September.

Michigan decommissioned at Philadelphia Navy Yard 11 February 1922 and was stricken from the Navy list 10 November 1923. In accordance with the treaty limiting naval armaments, she and four other battleships were scrapped by the Philadelphia Nary Yard duri ng 1924. Materials from their hulls were sold to four different foundries.

32 posted on 07/19/2002 4:34:26 AM PDT by aomagrat
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To: SAMWolf
Big guns in action!


33 posted on 07/19/2002 4:36:38 AM PDT by aomagrat
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To: ALOHA RONNIE
Good morning all. Salute, followed by hugs for your valor, Aloha Ronnie. Thanks for all that you and all American veterans have done to serve America. Gotta go - early morning scheduled in the cubicle.
34 posted on 07/19/2002 4:46:22 AM PDT by southerngrit
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To: Snow Bunny; All
Today's FEEBLE attempt at humor:

After a long night of making love the young guy rolled over, pulled out a
cigarette from his jeans and searched for his lighter. Unable to find it, he
asked the girl if she had one at hand.

"There might be some matches in the top drawer," she replied. He opened the
drawer of the bedside table and found a box of matches setting neatly on top
of a framed picture of another man. Naturally, the guy began to worry.

"Is this your husband?" he inquired nervously.

"No, silly," she replied, snuggling up to him.

"Your boyfriend then?" he asked.

"No, not at all," she said, nibbling away at his ear.

"Well, who is he then?" demanded the bewildered guy.

Calmly, the girl replied, "That's me before the operation."
35 posted on 07/19/2002 4:48:27 AM PDT by tomkow6
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To: ALOHA RONNIE; Snow Bunny
Thank you for your service to our country, Ronnie.


37 posted on 07/19/2002 5:19:39 AM PDT by Victoria Delsoul
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To: Snow Bunny; ALOHA RONNIE
Hail and well met, Ronnie. We met briefly when we FReeped Clinton in San Diego on 6/22/00. A glorious day!


38 posted on 07/19/2002 5:46:45 AM PDT by Joe Brower
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To: ALOHA RONNIE
ALOHA RONNIE:
Thank You for ALL you have done and still do for our country.
It is an honor to know you.
SALUTE

40 posted on 07/19/2002 5:49:13 AM PDT by 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub
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Thanks for your service Aloha Ronnie. It must have been a real honor to know Col. Moore.
41 posted on 07/19/2002 5:49:33 AM PDT by SAMWolf
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To: LindaSOG
Thank you, Linda.
42 posted on 07/19/2002 5:51:04 AM PDT by SAMWolf
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Royal Marines walk down a tarmac before boarding a plane at Kabul aiport, Kabul, Afghanistan, Friday, July 19, 2002. The largest British ground deployment since the Gulf War, at its peak numbering 1,700 troops, began phased out from Afghanistan and the last British combat forces in Afghanistan pulled out Friday, July 19. (AP Photo/Sergei Grits)

44 posted on 07/19/2002 5:53:24 AM PDT by SAMWolf
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Off to Work. Hope to see you all at Lunch.
45 posted on 07/19/2002 5:54:31 AM PDT by SAMWolf
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To: NYCop; Snow Bunny; FallGuy; JohnHuang2; Mama_Bear; Victoria Delsoul; daisyscarlett; Iowa Granny; ...
FReeper NYCop sent me this and I have his permission to share it with you.

"Today at work I had the pleasure of being thanked in person by one of the guards at Gitmo for my letter which was printed in the base newsletter. I found out that JT160 is located right here in Uniondale LI and he said the guys all love getting mail. It felt real good to hear him say thanks. I told him of our upcoming collections of items listed by Snow Bunny and he said the guys would appreciate anything we could do. This soldier is also a Nassau County Police Officer and he came to interpret for us on a robbery case. The whole thing was very cool. Thanks for your help with that."

U.S. Naval Base Guantanamo Bay, Cuba Joint Task Force 160
Click on the logo to visit this site.




Click on the e-mail link to request your e-mail be included in
The Base Newspaper called The Wire.

CLICK HERE
to send your e-mail.

Point of Contact: Pfc. Daniel P. Kelly
E-mail: kellydp@jtf160.usnbgtmo.navy.mil




47 posted on 07/19/2002 5:56:22 AM PDT by 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub
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Thank you both.
48 posted on 07/19/2002 6:01:42 AM PDT by Fred Mertz
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50 posted on 07/19/2002 6:04:25 AM PDT by 68-69TonkinGulfYachtClub
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