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Family and friends have suddenly found themselves blocked from shipping cigarettes and other tobacco products to American troops in Afghanistan and Iraq because of a new law meant to hamper smuggling and underage sales through the mail.
Kristin M. Hall, Associated Press Writer
, August 10, 2010
A 12-member team with International Assistance Mission set off from Afghanistan's capital for remote Nuristan province to operate a mobile clinic with eye doctors, a dentist and a general practitioner for people who had little access to medical care. Ten of the team were killed in an ambush Aug. 5 in neighboring Badakhshan province as they made their return trip to Kabul.
Efforts to draw down U.S. military forces in Iraq included a platoon-sized group of Soldiers from the Wisconsin Army National Guard’s 724th Engineer Battalion, who earlier this week returned after being deployed approximately three months in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom to begin their demobilization process at Fort McCoy.
By Sgt. Michelle Gonzalez, Wisconsin National Guard
, July 20, 2010
The parent involvement coordinator office at Bryant Elementary School is cluttered with envelopes, construction paper and colorful artwork these days. Hundreds of cards, decorated with crayon drawings of snowmen and Christmas trees, are bundled and ready to make their way to Afghanistan.
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