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fshaw said:

good clip...
this was an excellent inside look at the day to day situation the Afghani people go through. well done guys.
 
June 08, 2010
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Kevin G. said:

Tashakor
It was nice to see how thankful the folks were at the end of this video. I recognized "Tashakor" (or thank you) at the end there and it helped me realize how important knowing some of their language can be. I better go study!
 
February 14, 2010
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sef onoffon said:

Saluting to US soldiers
GOD BLESS AMERICA & FILIPINOS
 
February 13, 2010
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Jason said:

thanks soo much!
smilies/grin.gif thanks soo much you guys for this view! my Best friend is a Sailor/Marine RP over there.. and i am glad i found this... maybe you guys will run into him while you are shooting the footage...

you are in my prayers thank you again!
 
February 12, 2010
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Larry said:

Atlanta/ My son-in-law, a company commander, is headed there with the 101st.
War is as much about making friends as killing the enemy. My son-in-law saw it first hand in Ramadi. I deeply appreciate your efforts.
 
February 11, 2010
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Ken Raimondi said:

Marie
The tea is great isn't it! I am continually amazed at how kind the people are. Considering what they have been through it's great to see how much life they have in them and how much they want to share it with you.

-Ken
 
February 11, 2010
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Ken Raimondi said:

Jonathan
In my four months here the overall consensus I've seen seems to be that overall they would rather not have any ISAF personnel here but they also understand that without them they would not have the security they need to rebuild. I will ask the question though as we continue this journey and see what the people have to say. Thanks for the question!

-Ken
 
February 11, 2010
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Marie jan said:

...
I agree, I love and missed their Hospitality the most. They remind me sooo much of the Aloha, loving, warm, welcoming spirit. I miss their chai and nan... have some for me. Glad to be returning there SOON! I'm glad I found this page. I am getting more excited to return and have a renewed sense of purpose for returning.smilies/smiley.gif
 
February 11, 2010
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Jonathan said:

Opposing views
I was wondering if there were any Afghans you talked to that didn't seem to like the American presence or thought that the Americans should be doing more to help their situation. I would like to know why they feel that way and what the soldiers on the ground could do to right those wrongs.
 
February 11, 2010
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