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POSTED: December 11, 2007 11:13 a.m.

This photo accompanied a message to Sgt. Raymond Bouches.

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Got a loved one overseas, or simply want to express your support to our troops serving in Iraq or any other post worldwide? You can post a message here and we’ll do our best to let the soldiers know they are there.

Email your message to You can attach photos of yourself, your loved ones or anything else in good taste. They will be posted near the message.




 Sgt. Shane Henderson:
The day I met you I knew my life had changed forever. In that instant, you gave meaning to the phrase "love at first sight." We have experienced challenges and hardships-but together we have triumphed all obstacles. You courage and strength has inspired my life-Your love has eased my fears-
I am so proud of you-and I could not imagine sharing life's surprises with anyone else.
I love you with all that I am.  You are my best friend, My Hero, my inspiration. You Complete Me. 
Forever Yours,
P.S. Happy Anniversary




To my Husband ,

Thank you for your service to our country . We both have endured deployments, we both have become stronger people because of them.

I love you more than you can ever imagine and you really are my hero, if it were not for men like you , we could not sleep peacefully at night in our beds.

I can't wait to see you in June for R&R !


Brandy Currie



To: SPC James Baker. D troop / 3-7 CAV
Dear Dad,
We want you to know how much we love you and miss you. You are our HERO! Will you take us camping when you get home? Mom takes us, but it is not the same without you.... don't tell, but you are more fun to play with. How much longer? Mom said sometime this summer.
Paige, Jakub, and Kieran



To Sgt. Raymond Bouches,
We love you and miss you tons!  Thank you for everything you are doing not only for us but for your country!  Keep up the hard work and keep smiling because not too much longer and you will be home with your girls!
Traci, Kaylie, and Teagan



To: SPC James R. Baker, II. D Troop, 3/7 Cav

To my Knight in Dirty ACU's,

We love you and miss you so very much. We are so proud of you and all that you do. You are our hero! Keep fighting the good fight, keep your head low, and stay safe. NO MORE INJURIES! Not long now... we're under 6 months! We have lots of catching up to do, and lots of mud to play in.

Aim & Kids


SSG Currie, Russ 4-64



Happy Valentines Day.

My heart misses  you a little more today, all holidays aside ,I miss you and Love you so very much.The days are long without you here by my side,but my prayers and love will be with you always. Thank you for letting me love you and thank the Lord for sending you to love me.


Brandy Currie


To JC Camacho

We miss you. We love you. Hope to see you soon. Remember God is with you always. Pepsi Cola sends her regards. We pray for you every moment. Keep in touch.


The Camacho Family



To SGT Alfred Camacho 1-76th
We love you and miss you. Keep the faith, we are waiting for you knowing that you're coming back safe and sound...a big hug and kisses from all of us.
We are proud of you! God bless you.
Nilza Camacho



Sweetheart I just wanted to send you a Happy Birthday from home.

I miss you terribly and you are my everything . My strength comes from the Lord and your encouragement. I can't wait until I can have you home next year , you are always in my heart and prayers.

My Love Always ,

Brandy Currie


To SSG Currie, Russell 3rd Id 4-64


Thank you so much for all the love you have given us. We wish you were home during this holiday season but understand why you cant be. I am so proud to call you my husband ,you are a Godly man full of everything a woman could want . I pray the Lord keeps you safe under his hands. Caitlyn , Aadyn and I love you more then you will ever know.

Sgt. Currie (Brandy)



To SSG Jason Penn 4-3 BSTB 3rd ID

We love and miss you so much baby... We are very proud of you and are here at home waiting for you to come home... Stay safe and know you have me and the kids to come home to..
Whoa Whoa Yeah Yeah We Love You More Than Words Can Say
Christy,Jay and KayLeigh


to my #1 hero, PFC ALEX JAIME, 703RD B.CO

  hi dada i want you to know that i love u and miss u.
remember to stay focused and keep god first. make
sure you pray. we are counting on you.
                         love your loving wife
                            shaneka jaime


To SSgt. Brian C. Young, D 3/7 Inf. 4th Bde 3ID


Brian I want you to know that i am behind what you are
doing 150% and i am here when you get home... Let me
know when you and your platoon need anything,,,,
Love and miss you very much,

To Sgt. Moehnke, A Co., 1-30th

We want to thank Sgt. Moehnke and A Co. for all they are doing in Iraq.  We are very proud of all of you.  We are waiting for your safe return home.  We love you!
Terry and Pam Moehnke


To all the troops serving not only stateside but overseas as well, especially those in combat areas of operation. As a retired Vietnam veteran and one who knows, let me tell you how thankful and proud we are of all of you.  We were never given the kind of gratitude you all are getting, but we (the Vietnam vet) want you to know that even though we have some left-wingers out there who feel our country should not be in Iraq, we, the American Soldier will do our best while in uniform. Never lose courage, faith or pride in what you are and what you represent. Continue to hold on to  your beliefs in those you love and respect - God, family and the rest of your buddies severing our great nation. Stay safe and hurry back to us.   1SGT (Ret.) Daniel Rico 


To our brave men and women of the 3d Infantry Division.
   I am proud of the sacrifices and contributions you are making for this country.  Your work is not in vain, nor is it taken for granted.  You are held in very high esteem by the members of the Liberty County community and this country as a whole.  God Bless You and my prayers are with you.

Edith W. Anderson


To our Brave Men and Women of the Armed Forces:

Every morning, when my children and I begin our day, we take a moment to pray for our soldiers. We are so very proud of each and every one of you, for the sacrifices you make, the dangers you face daily for those whom your honor binds you to protect and for those of us back home. THANK YOU, from the bottom of our hearts. We wish you a safe and swift return home to your loved ones. Know that our thoughts and prayers are with you.

With much love and gratitude,
The Stender Family

To all soldiers

Hi my name is Brandie and I work at Coastal Emc. I would like to take the time to say “Thank you”, For all that you are doing to protect our country. I find it an honor and privilege to live in this great country. I am blessed to have such a wonderful group of soldiers to be doing all that you do for us for me!

I know that you all have families that you have had to leave and I thank them too. God bless you! Please feel free to take my e-mail address and write back.

Thanks again!

Brandie D. Waugh


Hello to the brave men and women of the 3rd Infantry Division,

I have lived in Hinesville and Liberty County ever since the U.S. Army sent me here in 1970.  I have seen many changes—from a flight training center primarily teaching Vietnamese pilots, to a post that was right at caretaker status, to the unfurling of the colors of the 24th Infantry, to their being the “Point of the Spear” in Desert Storm to current times.  As a county commissioner I was invited by then Commanding General MG Skip Sharp to go over to Bosnia with our current mayor and a half dozen other civilians.  Most of us had worn our country’s uniform and we got to see the superb job that was being done on the ground in the Balkans. Those of us who are veterans, retirees, members of the American Legion, VFW, the Vietnam Veterans Association, AUSA, and other groups feel a special connection to you.  In our churches here we list our members’ names that are serving and in harm’s way.  When we bless our meals we pray for you.  When we watch the news we readily identify the Dog-Faced Soldiers that make us so proud. 

Liberty County/Hinesville is a special place.  Our history began with two signers of the Declaration of Independence.  One of them, Button Gwinnett, fathered our first state constitution.  We are the Children of Pride.  At Dorchester Academy Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. taught civil disobedience in the tradition of Thoreau and Ghandi.  We are indeed a special place.  I don’t think it hyperbole to say we are the center of the universe.  And you, you wonderful men and women of the 3rd I.D. make us that way.  God bless you and know that we have never been prouder of our troops than we are of you in these trying times.

Sampie W. Smith

To William Harper 
Howdy, Dad! I have been thinking about you a lot lately, and I sure do miss you.
Mom and I are doing good. We have a lot of fun. But she doesn't tussle w/me quite like you do. She's always telling me to "be careful." But I guess moms are probably supposed to do that.
I love you, Daddy. And I can't wait to see you again! That will be the BEST!
Love and hugs,
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