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SMA brings Hope and Freedom to Kandahar Airfield J l l A the y a W Supermodel and sportscaster Leeann Tweeden sings along with guitarist Kevin Lawson at the 2010 Sergeant Major of the Army Hope and Freedom Tour.
Kamarr Evans, driver for the Regional Command South chief of staff, poses for a picture outside the Morale Welfare and Recreation gym where he recently was named the strongest man on Kandahar Airfield.
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Powell, a native of Middlebury, Vt., is now working as a medical doctor on the front lines of Operation Enduring Freedom in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
Shawn Williams 1st Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 25th Infantry Division, gives the thumbs-up to members of his unit as he is evacuated after being injured by a roadside bomb June 17 in Kandahar province, Afghanistan.
From the battlespace owners out interacting with the Kandahar City residents everyday to the specialty companies providing unparalleled support to the Raider Brigade, there is no doubt that your Soldiers are helping the success of our mission.
Paul Dacier, officer in charge of priority air mission requests for RC-South, plays bluegrass music at the RC-South headquarters, March 18, 2011, at Kandahar Airfield, in Kandahar, Afghanistan.
APPRO is registered with the Ministry of Economy in Afghanistan as a non-profit non-government organization and headquartered in Kabul, Afghanistan with offices in Bamyian (center), Mazar-e Sharif (north), Herat (west), Kandahar (south), and Jalalabad (east).
st 1 STB Thanksgiving KANDAHAR, AFGHANISTAN 25 NOVEMBER 2010 Thanksgiving The Phoenix DFC went all out for Thanksgiving.
Matthew Diaz Media queries please contact RC-South Public Affairs at email@example.com Contributing Units TF Destiny TF Kandahar TF Lightning TF Raider TF Strike CT Uruzgan CT Zabul NTM-A 16th MPAD ANP participate in first aid competition in Kandahar 4 Story and photos by Pfc.
Rocco, command sergeant major, Headquarters and Headquarters Force Fighting, arrive at Kandahar Airfield in the early morning hours Feb.
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Happy Valentine’s Day to the Families and Friends of the Phoenix Battalion! It is very exciting to be entering February – although personally speaking, this month marks the end to both the college and professional football seasons. But hey, we are over the hump now and on the downslide of a year‐long deployment. Yes, there is still a tremendous amount of work ahead of us, but it still feels good to know that our time remaining in country is less than the time we have already spent here. Some of you may be wondering why the Battalion XO is writing the Commander’s comments to this month’s newsletter. As I write this Phoenix 6 is heading back this way after some much deserved leave. As the saying goes: “when the cat is away the mice will play.” The month of January has provided a great opportunity for the leaders of the Battalion to reflect on the great accomplishments that your husbands and wives, your sons and daughters have made under some of the most stressful and demands conditions here in Afghanistan. I have had the pleasure of reading the Battalion’s award submissions for our deployment and while it is a lot of reading, it certainly does bring a smile to my face to be reminded of why we are here and what we have accomplished in the first half of the deployment. We continue to provide a better way of life for the Afghan populace; forging strong relationships with our Afghan National Security Forces has been the cornerstone to our successes and has set the conditions for a more secure environment. This increased security is the key to set the conditions for the Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan in providing governance and development to the Afghan people. Either directly through the training of the Afghan National Police or indirectly by providing communication support, intelligence support, logistics support or the dreaded “staff work”, your loved ones have flourished. I continually tip my hat to the wonderful accomplishments we have made so far this deployment – it truly makes me proud to be a member of the Phoenix Battalion! Finally, I wanted to end with two exciting thoughts. First, and perhaps most exciting, the Battalion staff has started planning for our redeployment back to you all. While there are more questions than answers right now, it is exciting to know that the discussions and planning have begun. Second, thank you so much for your continued love and support of our Soldiers – your letters, emails, phone conversations, and packages make a difference in our lives every day! Thank you for everything you have done and continue to do for your loved ones! PHOENIX – FROM THE FLAMES!!! Very Respectfully, MAJ Don Nestor Families and friends of Task Force Phoenix, I hope all is well and the New Year is treating you all to a great fresh start. In the Battalion we have had to make several 1SG moves due to time restrictions, giving other 1SG’s the opportunity to excel. We say good bye to 1SG Frank Mosher and welcome 1SG Stephen Botteicher to the Headhunter team. We will also be changing out the Renegade team on the first of March due to 1SG Cameron’s selection to attend the Sergeants Major Academy. His replacement will be 1SG Jones. As we say, we keep rolling along and don’t miss a step even with these types of changes. I appreciate everything these 1SG’s did for the Phoenix Battalion and what they will continue to do for the Raider Brigade. We are at the half way mark, eager to set our new mission set for the summer in motion. There’s never a dull moment in this city. Our troopers are making it better every day and it’s obvious the people of Kandahar City appreciate our efforts. I send all of you my thanks for your support of your Soldier and all Soldiers’ of Task Force Phoenix. We will be on our way home before you know it. Thank you for your time and support. God Bless, Phoenix 7 Renegade News Volume II, Issue 2 v February 2011 US Army PSD, Punishers Inside this issue:
The Arctic Wolf Team has grown in many ways here in Afghanistan with the addition of a Romanian Brigade Headquarters with 2 Infantry Battalions, a Joint Provincial Reconstruction Team, multiple Special Operations Force elements, Battalions from 2 different Afghan National Army Brigades, and over 2,000 Afghan Police---all working together to improve the security and quality of life here in Zabul and Kandahar Provinces.
Kennedy has not come to pass when he stated, “on this Veterans Day of 1961, on this day of remembrance, let us pray in the name of those who have fought in this country's wars, and most especially who have fought in the First World War and in the Second World War, that there will be no veterans of any further war--not because all shall have perished but because all shall have learned to live together in peace.” From Valley Forge to Vietnam, from Kuwait to Kandahar, from Berlin to Baghdad, our veterans have borne the costs of America's wars -- and they have stood watch over America's continued quest for peace.