12 October 2009

Humbled



Today was the most rewarding day that I can remember.

I had the opportunity to visit a school for the deaf and those with special needs. Words cannot describe the excitement that those children displayed as our group of US and NATO servicemen and women distributed school backpacks containing pens, pencils, paper, and other miscellaneous school supplies. We also distributed blankets, coats, shoes, etc., which were to be distributed later by the teachers based on need. The best part is we also passed out 20 foot balls (soccer balls). I spent over an hour playing footie (soccer) with the boys and girls.



We couldn't have made this trip without the donations from people like you.

Please mail your donation to:
VCR
CSTC-A, Pool House
APO, AE 09356

This is how we win wars.




We won't win this war with our tactics or weapon systems. To win this war, we need to put our our soft covers, and meet with the people.

Until next time: Keep your eye on a shipmate, head on a swivel and stand by to Give'em Hell! Hooah!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

THAT is AMAZING!!!!
~TC~

David M said...

The Thunder Run has linked to this post in the blog post From the Front: 10/14/2009 News and Personal dispatches from the front and the home front.

 
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