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Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Care Packages

We send a lot of packages to the troops. Our frustration with the USPS, expense, and delays are well documented.

How about the other side? Ever wonder what the troops think about the ‘delay’ in getting care packages. How about 368 days? Yes, one year, 3 days.

‘Vampire’, (“15 years light infantry experience, currently serving as a Team Chief for an Embedded Training Team with the Afghan National Army” according to his bio) has a very entertaining take on the whole mail call situation.

Click here - “Tooth Fairy and Mail (Two things that don't exist)”, have a read. As always, you can leave a comment, I’m sure he’d get a kick out of having a bunch of IPGR folks comment on his blog.


ht to LL at ChromeCurses and thanks for letting me steal this post.

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