24 March 2005

U.S. Army Chaplin Tommy Fuller takes a photo of Iraqi school children at the Al Mutnba Primary School located near Camp Kalsu, Iraq, on March 22, 2005. Members of the155th Brigade Combat Team from Tupelo, Miss., are delivering school supplies under a Fuller-initiated Adopt a School program aboard Camp Kalsu where different units choose a local school and try to connect them with a U.S. school to help with supplies and start a pen pal program. Pic: Petty Officer 1st Class Brien Aho, U.S. Navy.
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Blogger sher said...

A picture is worth a thousand words. Thank you for your "words" and for reminding us all why we are in Iraq in the first place. My husband is currently deployed to Iraq at Camp Kalsu. It feels good to know our familie's sacrifice means something to these children and to the nation of Iraq.

24 March, 2005 06:14  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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Semper Fi!

Bill Adams

31 October, 2005 21:01  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, excellent website. A great Iraq resource is Deaths in Iraq. It breaks all of the casualties down by age, race, branch of the military, country, etc.

07 November, 2005 02:22  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am glad to see that Camp Kalsu is still serving its purpose in Iraq. I am a member of the 105th MP Co that originally occupied the site of Camp Kalsu it has really come a long way.

05 January, 2006 20:07  

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