April 2nd, 2010
05:11 PM ET

Massive effort to move military out of Iraq, into Afghanistan

 WASHINGTON – As the U.S. military starts a drawdown of troops in Iraq, it finds itself in the midst of the largest logistical movement of weapons, vehicles and other equipment since the build-up to World War II, according to the general in charge of the operation.

Millions of pieces of equipment, from large mine resistant troop carriers and Humvees to the smallest of pieces like cots and combat radios, are being thoroughly scrutinized as they come out of Iraq and mostly sent to the war effort thousands of miles away in Afghanistan to help in the troop build up there, according to the commander of the operation, Lt. Gen. William Webster.

Webster spoke Friday from his base in Kuwait to reporters at the Pentagon.  He said the main effort is to get the rest of the 30,000 additional troops and their equipment into Afghanistan as ordered by President Obama last year while the U.S. downsizes its presence in Iraq to 50,000 troops this year and none by the end of 2011.

As more troops arrive in Afghanistan, however, overcrowding and equipment shortage has become a problem for commanders and so Webster's team must also continue focusing on getting that equipment out of Iraq and into Afghanistan.

He said about 2.8 million pieces of equipment are being moved out of Iraq as part of the gradual drawdown of U.S. forces there.

As the equipment is moved, the military has to make a decision on what to do with each piece: put it in Afghanistan, ship it back to the U.S. or leave it in Iraq.

"Some of it goes into Afghanistan; some of it goes back to the Army to be reset back in the depots and then returned to our soldiers who are training back in" the United States, Webster said.

"We began last June moving equipment out of Iraq, and we're sorting it out here in Kuwait," he said.

Another part of Webster's job is to fix the vehicles heading to Afghanistan. Most of them must be refurbished and reconfigured to fit the different terrain needs in that country.

While only one country separates Iraq and Afghanistan, the direct route is not an option.  With no diplomatic relations with Iran, the U.S. obviously had to come up with another plan to get around what would otherwise be a direct route. The logistical trail to get the equipment to the battlefields in Afghanistan has to skirt the country's borders because of tensions between the U.S. and Iran.

While most of the troops and vehicles are flown to Afghanistan, the other equipment and goods have to be sent by rail, ship or ground.

The main route takes equipment southward out of Kuwait then sent through the Persian Gulf and into Karachi, Pakistan, where it is then brought north through often hostile tribal territory.

As attacks grew on these convoys, even forcing a suspension of this route, the U.S. was forced to open the northern route as a backup.

Some of the equipment is sent on truck and rail northward out of Iraq on an almost 5,000-mile journey through Turkey and Georgia, then turning west, and ultimately going through Uzbekistan and into Afghanistan.

"We're now able to move about 50 percent of the supplies that we need in Afghanistan over those five routes along the northern distribution network," Webster said.

Webster said the operation is only about 35 percent complete and hopes to move more than 5,000 vehicles needed for the Afghanistan buildup into Afghanistan by the end of the summer.

The gargantuan effort does not have an exact price tag because the operation is ongoing, but it ranges in the tens of billions of dollars, according to Webster.

While the cost maybe huge, there is some savings in evaluating, repairing and moving equipment from one war zone to another.

"We saved about $3.8 billion last year by finding those redundancies and efficiencies in our processes and either cost avoidance or cost savings, and we were able to apply that $3.8 billion towards last year's build-up in Afghanistan," Webster said.

soundoff (52 Responses)
  1. In Kabul

    I am stationed in Afghanistan and it is my headquarters (www.NTM-A.com) that will receive much of the equipment being transferred from Iraq.

    Many of the Humvees and other equipment will be used to equip the Afghan Army and Police so they wil be able to begin to take the lead in this war. When the Afghan National Security Forces are capable of securing their own nation the coalition will be able to leave.

    April 30, 2010 at 10:27 am | Report abuse |
  2. Joey

    I watch CNN,MSNBC, and Fox News. This makes me a well informed military strategist........ It's a shame when people actually think they know what is going on in Iraq, and Afghanistan. Less than 1% of the American population including the draft has ever even served in the military..... How sad. I'm personally in control of ordering supplies and materials for a certain squadron in Iraq and I promise the minute something of any value as little as a light bulb is missing we have to create reports with detailed tracking numbers and how much the item cost and who supplied them to us.... If we all thought like "Maj Pain (what a joke)" or "George E" we would be speaking German, and whining about the oppression of life and why they Nazi’s won't debate with them. George we have 22,000+ aircraft which is by far the biggest Air Force in the world sorry the strategies in your NAM movies isn’t exactly today’s modern war buddy

    April 26, 2010 at 3:05 pm | Report abuse |
  3. MAJ Pain

    Looks like Vietnam. With over 1,000,000 pieces of rolling stock it will take some time to get it moved. I bet the Iraqi's end up with most of it. Get ready to pay your taxes for a while.

    April 23, 2010 at 1:16 pm | Report abuse |
  4. yolandaguzman

    solo le pido a mi amado Dios que tenga misericordia de toda esta humanidad que verdaderamente piensa que puede cambiar lo que Dios ya predestino, que Dios los cuede los perdone y los proteja. seguiremos a qui en puerto rico orando or todos estos hombres que dan su vida por una humanidad tan mal agradecida que no aprecio la muerte de su hijo jesus cuanto mas las que se pierden en esta guerra. Dios tenga misericordia de todos.God bless you.

    April 16, 2010 at 3:31 pm | Report abuse |
  5. Human

    Well I think that US should stop sending his troops to afghanistan because they are not doing anything excepts risking their lives. Alot of innocent people die, a mother, a father, kids, young, and old for no reason. I dont understand why humans are so cruel. first of all Afghanistan needs a honest leader, Karzai doesnt care about Afghanistan all he want is money and power. Every single day there is a bombing and alot of people die. What have US done so far, I know that they have tried but as far as Karzai is there, there wont be any change.

    April 16, 2010 at 11:40 am | Report abuse |
  6. Chrys Thorsen

    It's clear a lot of morons posting here have never done large scale logistics. Even though I've never been in the military, I have some sense of what it takes to do operations on a national level. Brad 1001, when we pulled out of Vietnam, we weren't exactly in a position to take all our stuff home with us. The Viet Cong were minutes away from Saigon and it was all we could do to get a few Americans on helicoptersand get out of there. Remember the famous pictures of long lines of people going up to the roofs, trying frantically to get on a bird? We abandoned a lot of friends and were certainly in no position to take our equipment with us.

    And as for P**ED Off Soldier, I was with you until you made that ignorant and stupid hippie comment. Don't you know the hippies protested the Vietnam war precisely to bring you home safely, instead of in a body bag? You must still be having flashbacks to 'Nam. "Hippies" haven't been protesting wars for almost 40 years.

    April 15, 2010 at 8:02 am | Report abuse |
  7. karel machado

    you have to be a morron to believe that this war is working, or that any war is good for a country.

    American listen to me, stop this war its only cost you lifes and more money. you rather spend this money building your own country, in jobs, healh care, industry, agriculture, tax relieve for your people, education, human rights organization, and donations to poor countries... stop this fraudalent abuse of power it will ony destroy you.. wake up America.

    April 13, 2010 at 1:46 pm | Report abuse |
  8. rawideasinc

    I say we turn the muzzels of the tanks backward and go straight through Iran ,tahing a short cut . We have half their country behind us and the leadership would be reluctant to take action and may even allow it knowing if they acted with aggression it would be the end of their reign.

    April 13, 2010 at 12:04 pm | Report abuse |
  9. Boots on Ground

    JASON: I read this whole string and when I got to your last comment, I had to smile. THANKS! I would agree that chris andrasik has never fought for anything other than his right to run his pie hole. See, that's the great thing about our country, we can say what we think. Here's an offer to chris andrasik: Come on over to Afghanistan and see what rights and liberties they don't have. Then see where we're making a difference.

    April 12, 2010 at 2:41 am | Report abuse |
  10. brad1001

    When the US pulled out of Vietnam, I understand we abandoned enough gear to equip the world's third largest standing army. What happens these days?

    April 12, 2010 at 12:01 am | Report abuse |
  11. Lou D

    I agree with Jason, this chris andrasik is a total dirt ball....Many of us posting love this great country; we have sacrificed over and over in our short history of under 250 yrs. There has been no country like the USA in the history of mankind to do what this country has done. I say anyone who doesn't like this country, don't let the door hit your ass on the way out!!!!

    April 9, 2010 at 6:50 pm | Report abuse |
  12. Jason

    To chris andrasik; Until you have the B@11$ to pick up a gun and defend your country don't start screaming about a revolution. You haven't seen one and take it from me, you don't want to. You sound like the type that would curl up in a ball and cry.

    April 9, 2010 at 2:11 pm | Report abuse |
  13. Jason

    To Steve; "The less said about Noraid (American fundraisers the better).
    Amrica is getting what it deserves."

    I say Learn how to type and America helped dig your people out of oppression so you would have the freedom to whine now. Don't forget that.

    April 9, 2010 at 2:04 pm | Report abuse |
  14. George E. Caspary

    I don't believe such a huge amount of equipment is needed in Afghanistan. We are fighting a group of irregulars armed with light weapons that tactically use ambushes to score minor local victories. Being the country dominated by mountains, few roads and desertic the weapon by excellence is the helicopter to support the infantry. In any irregular war intelligence have a multiple role and that is priceless for the Americans. Americans need the support of locals and they could be gratified through a process of indoctrination and aid. The Afghan army need to be trained at fast pace and have available at least 2 or 3 divisions or about 45,000 men of special forces well equipped. Being the country surrounded by mountains it has few pass that can be easily controlled as well as infiltration trails. These are mostly coming from the east and southeast. Controlling those pass and trails and not allowing even a mouse to enter the country much of the war effort has been gained. America has the technology used in Viet-Nam to detect movement of personal and I don't see reason why is not used broadly in eastern Afghanistan.

    April 8, 2010 at 9:03 pm | Report abuse |
  15. Baconatorium

    They should bring it home demilitarize it and sell it to civilians. I'd love to get my hands on low price humvee.

    April 8, 2010 at 11:20 am | Report abuse |
  16. chris andrasik

    AMERICA NEEDS TO WAKE UP!!! and resist the federal banking cartel and the agenda of the new world order. just look at all these other countries around the world that are starting to riot and overthrow the corrupt government. THIS COUNTRY NEEDS A REVOLUTION!!!

    April 8, 2010 at 1:27 am | Report abuse |
  17. Mike

    For Steve who serve in the british army. My friend all the problems in the world (wars) are unfinished business, problems the british empire left to the good nations of the world finish for them. To mention few of them, Palestina, Falklands, Katchemira, Ireland, South Africa, South America (wars between neighbors), Irak, Afganistan, all of them colonies and territories exploited by the british and now United States of America has to fix for the good of human race.
    United States lost 500,000 of her sons saving the world and specially saving England and her colonies from the nazis and japan. During the cold war USA expended trillions and trillions of dollars saving the world from the russians and chinesse comunist. Please don't talk about that America gets what it deserve. Steve if you are no old enough to witness history please read something about it and don't be ignorant.

    April 7, 2010 at 2:52 pm | Report abuse |
  18. JO

    All of you that have enlightened the uninformed, thankyou! They might not listen, but thanks for trying. As a former Mech Infantry officer, I know what it's like to try to move vehicles and equipment. Murphy reigns supreme! Now that my son is in Afghanistan, fix it and ship it... yesterday!

    April 7, 2010 at 11:51 am | Report abuse |
  19. Larry K

    It is to bad that Bush didn't keep the troops there in the first place!!! Then we wouldn't have had to have two wars at one tine... The Afghanistan war would have been over a long time ago... Especially if He would have it the way Obama did it!!! The Iraq war he should have done the way His father did it... His way was just a waste of tax payers money...

    April 7, 2010 at 11:19 am | Report abuse |
  20. lcpl johnson

    - responding to comment #2

    because the military is getting large budget cuts missing gear is actually not written off as much as it used to be, and of course weapons and epxensive serialised gear is NEVER just written off. items that would normally be swallowed by the military's own budget are things like magazines, gloves and so on. expensive gear, high tech gear and all that is has a large system that ensures constnat accountability of it and that it is returned to the armories state side.

    April 7, 2010 at 10:20 am | Report abuse |
  21. matt

    I think everyone saying that victory in Iraq is an illusion needs to come over here and take a look at it for themselves. Im currently serving here and what we have seen lately is something unprecidented. We have kurds working with Arabs and the Pesh. 99% of this countries problems are currently being handled by their own security forces. Yeah, stuff is still blowing up. But they are dealing with it for the most part on their own and they are handling it just fine. Regardless of what I think about the war itself, I can tell you that they are set up for success with all the right tools. If that means we leave them a few trucks behind, so be it. At least they will succeed and my friends will not have died for nothing. Furthermore, if you don't love my beloved country, feel free to get the hell out of it.

    April 7, 2010 at 10:11 am | Report abuse |
  22. allen shephard

    this alot of things going on at one time. and we have more troops over there then here haha. go america!!!!!!!!!

    April 7, 2010 at 10:07 am | Report abuse |
  23. davonskevort

    i am currently sitting here in iraq... in a place that would know the complete story... much better than what you see on CNN. All you speculative jokers who THINK you know what we are going to do havent got a clue, take that from the horses mouth. I know those in charge of this and they are doing a good job, and looking out for the intrests of the people, government and the army of USA 110%. The fight is in afganastan now, and we guys are going to do everything to support our brothers (as we ourselfs may soon be in their shoes)

    April 7, 2010 at 9:08 am | Report abuse |
  24. P***ED Off Soldier

    To all those who post cheerleading for our military, good for you. Im tired of looking on here everyday and seeing people like rhall60918 write stuff basically degrading to us that have the balls to go and give our lives while you hippies sit here and enjoy your freedom that myself and fellow service members have given you. Because of Me and people like me, you can write whatever you like on these blogs. If you're so against our military, government and country, go live in a place like Afghanistan, Iraq, N. Korea and speak out there and see if you enjoy the freedom of speech that you have here.

    April 7, 2010 at 9:06 am | Report abuse |
  25. Concerned American

    Mr. A. Smith of Oregon...you have no idea what you are talking about.

    Learn what "RESET", "REFURBISHMENT" and "REPAIR" are all about and how the US Military is consumed in a 3-5 year effort to bring all equipment up to 10-20 condition and redeploy...and restock...and upgrade all equipment plus dealing with two wars.

    Look at the military depots workloads and you will see equipment is being salvaged, repaired and reset. Look at Sierra Army Depot, Letterkenny Army Depot, Red River Army Depot(where thousands of Humvees and trucks are being rebuilt), Tobyhanna Army Depot and the other commands that are involved in supporting our Warfighters such as AMCOM, CECOM, TACOM and DLA.

    Take the time to understand before expressing unfounded opinions.

    Google GAO reports about RESET, REFURBISHMENT and REPAIR and you will begin to understand the enormous effort our military is untaking to reuse existing equipment. There are very few totally "new" programs in the hopper; and they are mainly related to hardware and software changes due to new and improved technology.

    Problem is that the kinds of efforts I have described don"t make any headlines so you may have not learned about them.

    Always keep an open mind and look at both sides of the fence before jumping.

    April 7, 2010 at 8:35 am | Report abuse |
  26. Garrett

    It amazes me how people who have never been to war (or in the military at all for that matter) think they know about exit strategies and what the military is going to do with equipment and supplies. Those serving in the Armed Forces, who make derogatory comments, at least have formed their opinions based on their actual experiences. For those who only base their opinions off what they read, heard from someone else, or heard or saw from the media need to shut up. You only show your complete ineptitude, ignorance, and immaturity on any true knowledge of the subject. Are any of you ACTUALLY sending the gear home or to Afghanistan? How do you know what needs to be kept or not? Sure, somethings we leave behind. Right now my unit has many tents, ruined from the sand, worn out gear, and small items of that nature, but ALL vehicles are being sent back home. Some of these vehicles have been here for years and are in pretty rough shape, but we are still loading them up. A smaller FOB closeby took literally EVERYTHING from the base they were on....even the base roadsigns. The only thing showing that there had ever even been a base there were the cement slabs that the temporary buildings had sat on. So quit making judgment calls based on some fake notion that you are somehow privy to true information.

    April 7, 2010 at 7:51 am | Report abuse |
  27. Tom Wendland

    I see this as a true accomplishment of the abilities of the U.S. military. Non-political, motivated and able to do what our country asks of it, any political group (Rep/Dem) that is taking credit this work is wrong. THEY (politicians) could not have accomplished this task.

    April 7, 2010 at 7:32 am | Report abuse |
  28. Chris

    I don't understand... they brought the equipment in... it didn't just appear magically. So, you take it out the same way you bring it in... and move it to another theater. I think Generals nowadays need to hype everything up to make it seem as if they're god's gift to this world. The irony is that they always end up royally screwing up the whole operation and never get so much as a stern talking to by anyone up the chain.

    I like comment 17... right on point. It's ALL one big illusion.

    April 7, 2010 at 6:41 am | Report abuse |
  29. Kawika

    For a good explanation of why we went to Iraq, read John Perkin's book, "Confessions of an Economic Hitman."
    (I'd be very surprised if CNN posts this comment with that book even listed anywhere near their website. Also FOX would not be a big fan of that book either.)
    The fate of Iran and Iraq have essentially been tied together since the Western powers created both countries after WWI.
    For more historical perspective, the last military to be truly successful in Afghanistan was Alexander the Great's Army. (Ref. the Soviet empire (1980's), the British (most of the later 1800's), etc...)
    I love my country and I am a veteran and I hope we give the troops everything they need in Afghanistan but to truly know where we are going, we need to know where we have been.
    Those who fail to study history are condemned to repeat it.
    Another good book is "Queen Victoria's LIttle Wars", it's not specifically about Afghanistan but just as the title says. All the little wars the British empire engaged in during the 1800's; i.e. sent their willing and patriotic sons off to.
    God bless our troops.

    April 7, 2010 at 4:26 am | Report abuse |
  30. 3rd Infantry

    Ummm....Good OpSec. Maybe we can give grid coordinates, dates, times and possibly even post the guard shift of people watching these shipments. Way to go CNN.

    April 7, 2010 at 4:13 am | Report abuse |
  31. a person

    I agree with BamaDad I'm not a father of somebody serving I am here in Afghanistan and getting things here to us is like pulling teeth. The person I replaced has been trying to get us more stuff to do our jobs and it still isn't here yet. We have to order multiple of things so when something breaks we can still do our job and hopefully get another backup before the one we are using now breaks.

    April 7, 2010 at 12:33 am | Report abuse |
  32. Oki Marine

    You folks seem to have gotten a bit off topic. This article is about moving gear. On the subject of having too much of it, if anyone's seen "Black Hawk down"..It's better to have the gear and not need it..but that sure is alot of Humvee's to move..

    April 6, 2010 at 10:30 pm | Report abuse |
  33. Henrickson

    Do you remember any of the stories they used to tell you?

    April 6, 2010 at 6:28 pm | Report abuse |
  34. rhall60918

    To those who keep keep posting comments cheerleading on the U.S. military and Team USA ad nauseam, like these are some kind of sports games, the victory in Iraq is an illusion and a satisfactory solution for Afghanistan is NOT militarily achievable either. Theses twin wars were supposed to have made America safer; have they? These interventions are wasting lives and ruining this country economically and the meter is still running.

    April 6, 2010 at 5:24 pm | Report abuse |
  35. American Militant

    I forgot my sunglasses in the back seat of the one near the middle of the 3rd row!

    April 6, 2010 at 4:54 pm | Report abuse |
  36. U.S

    My fiancee is currently serving in Iraq! I must say about time we pull the troops out of Iraq and into afghanistan where they are really needed! I think Iraq was nothing but a waste of america u.s tax dollars. Which we could have used to help our own country and our own problems instead of going out and trying to save the world. If those people want to blow eachother up then so be it but they dare come to u.s. with it then may god bless them. You honestly think this is all helping bc if they wanted to get to the u.s. to hurt us they would have done it a long time ago. All of these immigrants get over here with no problem so if they wanted to harm us it would have already been done since 9-11. So my opinion is let our troops come home and back with their families and loved ones!

    April 6, 2010 at 3:40 pm | Report abuse |
  37. BamaDad

    As a father of one of the soldiers in the build up in Afganistan, send him everything that he could possibly need to do the job, do it quick and get home alive. In fact send him 3 of everything. Because just like here at home, if you use something like it's intended, it'll break. There are no Military Wal-Marts over in AFG. We trained them on the best, let them use the best. Arguing over sending Hummers? Please! Give the boys what they need and plenty of it, that way they have a better chance of making it home. 1 soldiers life vs the cost of shippnig him what he needs. I'll pay my part gladly! Why won't you?

    April 6, 2010 at 2:35 pm | Report abuse |
  38. Us and Them

    Eh,its not a tax scheem,they aren't going to leave 3/4 of the equipment that they brought just cause they don't wanna ship it home or want new stuff. They are gonna bring most of it home,and the stuff they can't bring home,they blow up. And then they ask for new stuff,and that takes a while too. Its like hours of paperwork to get new stuff,and then weeks of waiting around and then you finally get that new humvee you needed last week. And as far as just bringing what you need,well that's kind of improbable too. You have a good idea of what you need,but things happen and its better to be safe then sorry. Say you bring 100,000 humvee,but you only needed 50,000 to get the job done. Well one of those humvees gets blown up by an IED,well you can get a replacement to you in a few hours because you brought more than just what you needed.

    April 6, 2010 at 1:48 pm | Report abuse |
  39. BobLarry

    The neutral treaty in the 30's 40's was the best idea ever......Let all the dumb arses kill each other around the world.....step in North America and your dead done.
    Policing the world is stupid even for the NWO. Big shot retards that got rich destroying resourses and polluting the earth.

    April 6, 2010 at 1:43 pm | Report abuse |
  40. Larry Thompson

    We have made a comittment to get the job done! Our military deserves all the tools needed to do so. I hope our politicians in power can agree. Nothing worse than sending our military in to battle without the very best equipment we have to offer.

    April 6, 2010 at 9:26 am | Report abuse |
  41. Itzamna

    "In my opinion, the invasion of Iraq was the worst presidential decision in my lifetime."

    Bill Clinton settling for Monica Lewinksky was a much worse decision.

    April 5, 2010 at 3:11 am | Report abuse |
  42. Nate

    I agree with Iraq Paramedic. We should have kicked Iran's ass back when they took over our Embassy. Never good to leave unfinished business. Always comes back to bite you in the ass.

    April 5, 2010 at 12:02 am | Report abuse |
  43. Dale

    I am glad to see us focusing on the war against those that actually attacked us, rather than the trumped up war against Sadam Hussein. Not that the war in Afghanistan is going to be easy or have a clean victory. I hope for the best. But at least it is a war that is morally justified and rational.

    The Iraq war cost the US more in lives and dollars than 9-11.

    In my opinion, the invasion of Iraq was the worst presidential decision in my lifetime.

    April 4, 2010 at 9:29 pm | Report abuse |
  44. roland

    Also, I recieve news from Las Vegas, NV enquirer that The president of Afghanistan was not our ally if this is true we could be endangering our troops and UN troops safety.

    April 3, 2010 at 1:19 pm | Report abuse |
  45. roland

    I dont think they needed all this military infantry equipment in Afghaistan and Iraq.Send only what is required in Afghanistan base on what General McCristal analysis and needs. And send the rest home.

    April 3, 2010 at 1:14 pm | Report abuse |
  46. Iraq Paramedic

    Well a big ol' Texas pat on the back to Gen. W. Webster & his men. That is one heck of a job they gave them & these guys & gals are rising to the occasion. I do have one hindsite thought, if the USA would have taken care of Iran back when they kidnapped our embassy people & those students we would have a direct route for Gen. Webster & his troops. And yes not all Muslims are lying, sedistic, murderous oppressers like the few we see committing terror acts all over the world. May GOD Bless & keep us all !!!!!!!!!!!

    April 3, 2010 at 11:18 am | Report abuse |
  47. Glen Crookes

    I would like to thank all Americans, British and those free countries for their sacrific in this war against a riligouse identity that has spiraled out of control of its true teaching- respect, love and exceptance. To true Musliums I say sorry for what few are doing to you all, and respect for standing up to them that defial your faith. God made us one people and we have found different paths back to him, Respect to us all. 'Freedom to choose', is our God given right, and we have the duty to defend it and each other.

    April 3, 2010 at 8:36 am | Report abuse |
  48. A. Smith, Oregon

    This must be sheer propaganda for the American taxpayers back home. The US Military is going to leave a great deal of its US Military hardware in both Iraq and Afghanistan when it pulls out and then demand new upgraded replacements for ALL of them from the American taxpayers. I'd be amazed and surprised if even 1/2 of ALL the equipment returned to the States, leaving 1/2 as labeled as broken, unusable or 'missing' for the Iraqi forces to have.

    April 3, 2010 at 1:20 am | Report abuse |
  49. Tom from Vermilion, Ohio

    Looks like yet another Obama Promise kept!!!Go American Military!!!

    April 2, 2010 at 5:34 pm | Report abuse |
    • Terrance Bond

      This is great !!

      June 13, 2010 at 7:09 pm | Report abuse |