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    Friday, July 28, 2006

    Never Any Praise From The Liberals


    The friends and families of our troops will remember how liberals have bad-mouth our troops and have done so much to support the enemy while ignoring them. Yes, they will remember - as we all will - on election day. Just a fraction of good that you will never hear from the liberal media nor liberal politicians, no any liberal mouthpiece:

    The picture above is Air Force Maj. Kurt Workmaster, Panjshir Provincial Reconstruction Team physician assistant, checking the blood pressure of an elder in the Paryan District on July 16. Three medics from the Panjshir PRT treated more than 200 patients during the Medical Civic Action Program, or MEDCAP, which was coordinated at the invitation of Panjshir Director of Health Dr. Jellani. (Photo by Air Force Tech. Sgt. John Cumper). Report by Air Force Capt. Joe Campbell.

    Obide tribes coming together to secure region, generate prosperity. Although the areas in the Karbala, Najaf and Babil provinces still have their share of turbulence, some of the success the provinces are enjoying stems from the willingness of local tribes to work together to put their part of Iraq back together, said Capt. Dave Zaino, commander, Company A, 2nd Battalion, 8th Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 4th Infantry Division. Report by Maj. Anna Friederich, 2nd Brigade Combat Team Public Affairs Officer, 4th Infantry Division.

    ZIHALILAH, Iraq - Aziz showed up at the Q-West Base Complex Civilian-Military Operations Center with a wide grin and a unique story. The young boy told Soldiers of the 4th Battalion, 11th Field Artillery Regiment and a team from the 403rd Civil Affairs Battalion about his family and his siblings, five of whom suffer from a degenerative disease. Wheelchairs for Iraqi Kids and ROC Wheels provided the 12 pediatric wheelchairs, which the 4-11th Counter Rocket Patrol, medics from the battalion aid station, and the 403rd delivered to the siblings, as well as to another disabled 19-year-old in the neighboring town of Ujbah. Report by SGT Rachel Brune, 101st Sustainment Brigade.

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