Making sure these Kuwait Army soldiers understand everything they should about how to operate the AT-4.
Our adoptee, SFC Jason G., training Kuwait Army soldiers in use of the AT-4 anti-tank weapon.
After all the initial training comes the fun -- actually using one of these weapons on the range.
A pair of M-4s guard the Xmas tree!
The smiles on the soldiers' faces tell it all -- we're the ones grateful for them for their service -- and they really appreciate what we all do for them.
Our adoptee SFC Jason G. on a mission on a Blackhawk helicopter.
Soldier on right from 2-183 CAV re-ups aboard a U.S. Army Blackhawk helicopter over Kuwait.
29th Infantry Division
2-183d Cav, HHT
Our Adoptees: SFC Jason G. 1LT Collin S. (B-Troop)
Our adoptee Jason is in a Cavalry unit working on security mission. He is also the brother of one of our supporters.
He recently received some goodies from us and this is what he had to say: "I recieved a shipment today and am extremely grateful, they don't sell many Axe Products in the PX here and the guys here love it. The chicken soup packets went quick as well, thanks so much.."
That's why we do what we do. To support our troops and to make their lives just a little better. It's the least we can do as Americans.
12-30-07: We just picked up 1LT Collin S. One of our new supporters teaches 10-year-olds at a church in Michigan and she wanted to pick up an adoptee. Our adoptee recommended the LT. Thanks Sharon T. for picking up the 2-183rd CAV, B-Troop.