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LCDR Giles writes from war zone, happy about Little League funding

My time here has been eye opening to say the least. I don't know when I will see Columbia again but in all likelihood it won't be before the fall. . . I can't wait to drive around the square again. Take care. JEFF GILES
Hello from Iraq,

I guess Little League baseball season is in full swing now in Adair County. I was very pleased to read the exciting announcements from Senator McGaha concerning the funding that Adair County was being provided.

I am very happy to see that the Joe Johnson Little League Park is getting much needed funding. I guess that I am a little partial since I have a child in the program and I also have many fond memories of playing Little League as a child and then coaching later on.

My time here has been eye opening to say the least. I don't know when I will see Columbia again but in all likelihood it won't be before the fall.

Whenever I get the opportunity to get to a computer, I always make sure that I visit your website to catch up on the goings on in my hometown. It feels sometimes like I never left Columbia because I always know that you all keep up to date on the happenings around Adair County.

Thank you all for your support and keep praying for all of the troops stationed throughout the world.

I can't wait to drive around the square again.

Take care.

LCDR Jeff Giles, SC, USN
9th Naval Construction Regiment
OIC, Logistics Cell 3
Al Taqqadum, Iraq

gilesja@cssemnf-wiraq.usmc.mil


This story was posted on 2006-04-23 09:15:58
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LCDR Jeff Giles in Iraq



2006-04-23 - Iraq - Photo courtesy. LCDR JEFF GILES IS SHOWN HERE IN IRAQ where he is currently serving. He writes, "My time here has been eye-opening to say the least. I don't know when I will see Columbia again but in all likelihood it won't be before the fall. I can't wait to drive around the square again." He also asks for continued prayers for troops all over the world.
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