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February Thank you’s

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Dear OJC,
Greetings from Kabul, Afghanistan! Just wanted to take a moment to thank you for the care packages we received today here at ISAF Joint Command. When I got the call to tell me I had several packages waiting in the mail room I was very surprised…when I saw who they were from I was simply overwhelmed by your generosity as was the rest of my office. Receiving mail and opening packages is often the highlight of our day! Of course, we shared the wealth throughout the staff and the whole team sends their thanks! The Valentines from the kids are adorable and brought a smile to everyone’s face…they’re hanging up all around the office.  I cannot thank you enough for thinking of us! Please know how much we appreciate the time, money and effort that go into these care packages. What you do is truly amazing!

Best,
Sara Duffy
CPT, JA

 


 

Ms. Van Liere and Mr. Cunningham,

I just wanted to send you this email note that your “Operation: Jersey Cares” packages arrived for my troops and I.  You guys are freaking awesome!  I don’t know what to say, other than “Thank you”.  You made a lot of my Soldiers feel 100 times better.  I know it sounds lame, but, you all really made a lot of my Soldiers have a good day.  It was kinda funny.  They were like little kids at Christmas-time wondering what all were in the boxes.  So, Thank you.  It means a lot to me to know that folks back home are cheering us on.  And my Soldiers are extremely grateful.

I hope you don’t mind, but I’m going to send you a written Thank you as well.

Again, I don’t know what to say other than “Thank you.”

CPT Michael Thomas
976th MCT
Commanding

 


 

I just wanted to send a quick thank you for the package we received today here in Afghanistan.  I think I speak for my whole company when I say that we greatly appreciate what you do by sending us a piece of home while we are away from home and our families.  The box you sent lasted about 30 minutes once all of the Soldiers caught wind that there was mail for them, lol.  Believe me I’m not complaining.  Anything to help raise the morale of the Soldiers is always a good thing and much appreciated.  Again, thank you from the bottom of our hearts and please keep up what  y’all do for us.

 

SSG Christopher M. Settembrino

Shops Platoon Sergeant

 

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