Thank you to everyone who's replied since I posted my comment and article. All your prayers are appreciated by every single one of us out here. Just to know that we're thought about and remembered truly gives us strength and helps us to stay focused and remember why we 're here in the first place. God bless all my fellow service members out here who continue to put themselves in harm's way to help a struggling nation and its people become stable. Also, God bless all my fellow Americans, especially those who've taken the time to leave POSITIVE and ENCOURAGING comments on here!
GOD BE WITH YOU!!
Thank you for all that the military does for are freedom.My husband just left on fri. on deployment to Afghanistan and I will keep him in my prays along with every other service man and women.
thank you for your service, my husband is currently deployed and i am deeply grateful for all that you do.
Hello, I'm a service member who's deployed to Afghanistan and we had a moving memorial service that I'd like to share with all readers. Here's the link to the article about it:
Here at Camp Eggers in Kabul we also had a Memeorial Service, but for all of the fallen from all of the nations.
Thank you, all of you, for your service and for honoring all of different nation's fallen. The memorial service your camp held was appropriate and decent.
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