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CW2 KINDRA DALLAS
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Soldier's Title: PROPERTY BOOK OFFICER
APO/FPO: APO AE (Note 1*)
Added here: 04 June 2017
Expect to not mail past: 15 Nov 2017 (See Note 3*)
Contact for approx number of Males: 17, Females: 7 (Note 5*)
Unit is from: Maryland (Note 6*)
Restrictions to this address: Here (Note 7*)
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19 Nov 2017:
CLASSIFICATION: UNCLASSIFIED

Any Soldier,
    Whew, we are getting really close and soldiers are really beginning to miss home. The holiday season brings about mixed emotions for the troops, they are dedicated to their mission but wish they were home to celebrate with family. Please keep us lifted in prayer as we continue to strive and stay focused. We received your wonderful gifts! OMG the Bert Show gathered letters and drawings from their show listeners and sent them to us. What an absolute joy reading what the kids had to say. What a perfect treat to have right before thanks giving. We will get to celebrate Thanksgiving here. There are several different events for us to choose from such as Talents shows and concerts along with different dinner options. While it is not home we will have the opportunity to celebrate and have some fun together. We appreciate all of the love and support that has been shown for us. We appreciate you!

GBU Financial Life - Operation Reach Out
Jennifer Lloyd
Myrna and Jim and First Baptist Church of San Luis Obispo
Bob and Beverly Whelan (Hey Gamma)
The Bert Show


Thank you,

CW2 KINDRA DALLAS




07 Nov 2017
CLASSIFICATION: UNCLASSIFIED

Any Soldier,
    We were really blessed September and October with awesome care packages. And November is starting off the same way. The soldiers are getting anxious as we prepare ourselves to make the transition home. Spirits are high and morale is good. I must say that for my section, receiving care packages at various time throughout our time here has been a very nice and well received joy. It seems that on days when things look especially trying, a care package would pop in to help get us through the day. The stories and photos have helped to spark various conversation and provided so much happiness for us. We appreciate everyone that took the time to think of our group and willingly shared your love with us. We still have a little time left so we will be pleasantly surprised when the next boxes come in. The group wants to express it gratitude for all that you have done for us. Also remember, if you miss our group, there are another set coming in to replace us so your gifts will not go to waste!


Special Thanks!
The Sons of the American Legion
Bob and Beverly Whelan
Alexandria Davidson-Flood
Dorothy Perron and Atonement Lutheran Church
Darlene Brown
Barbara Martin
Brady Song


Thank you,

CW2 KINDRA DALLAS



01 Oct 2017

CLASSIFICATION: UNCLASSIFIED

Any soldier,
    As we are rounding the bend and can almost see the finish line, words and encouragement from home are much needed. A little restlessness and irritation have set in on top of the longing for home. The section is pressing through as we begin to wind things down. We receive "Moments in time" from Gamma where she shares her special family moment with us, they are so heartfelt and wonderful. Very uplifting.
    When we opened our box with the essential oils it was truly a blessed day; Rachel please tell mom thanks for her contribution. The oil is being put to good use. At the end of our Yoga sessions I place a cold rag, soaked in lavender oil, on each participant. It's a cooling sensation! Connie, thanks for the effort, the detailing of it was hilarious!
    As it begins to cool down here in the evenings the soldiers are looking for long sleeve shirts and zip up jackets to throw on. The late evening into the early morning is actually brisk here, never would have thought that. It is good weather to work out in so we definitely take advantage of the early hours before the sun hits, then it warms right back up. We made breakfast here for the first time the other day, we had a real challenge getting the skillet to cook on but we made it work. After we did it, we kind of looked around the room, as to say why hadn't we done that sooner. It was sooooooo good! We had French toast, eggs, bacon, hash browns and pineapple orange juice. Something so simple really set the tone for the rest of the day.
    Just a reminder that the last day to send our group care packages should be 15 Nov 17. If they get here after we leave, no need to worry, our follow on unit will benefit from your generosity.
   
The troops have asked for a couple of goodies:
Peanut Butter and Birthday Cake Oreos ( really any flavor)
Peter Pan Honey Roast Peanut Butter
Jalapeno Cheese Spread
Pancake mix (for our next breakfast)

Thank you all again for caring.
Beverly Whelan
Hillary Chandler Sandwick
Hil
Lawrence Hansen
Sonny Tenenberg
Red and Connie
Cynthia Wenberg,
Ed Ettel,
Darlene Brown
The Breakthrough Fellowship
Tritt Elementary School
Pine Mountain Ladies Club
Dar
Benjamin
Thank you,

CW2 KINDRA DALLAS




17 Aug 2017

CLASSIFICATION: UNCLASSIFIED

Any Soldier,
    The support that your organization has shown is tremendous, thank you for putting this Operation together. We have received packages from so many organizations and individuals over the past month. It is so outstanding to know that there are still people out there who would lend a hand to a stranger. This is truest form of selfless service and thanks don’t even begin to scratch the surface of our gratitude. The children of New Hope Church blessed us with beautiful artwork to post around the office. We received a map of Brevard NC outlining some personal treasures and history which helped us to understand and identify with the sender. The soldiers from NC were able to elaborate and identify places that they had visited which allowed us a moment to bond. The ladies also received some late Mother's Day gifts which was a complete surprise, this really made for a wonderful day. I think that our favorite treat this month was to receive a letter from a retired Navy Master Chief who shared photos of a WWII Tank Destroyer that he was rebuilding. The transformation of the engine was incredible, we hope that he gets it to run. And finally, we received an Eclipse stamp that when pressed displayed an image of the moon. Everyone was fascinated by that one.

While we may not able to write back to everyone, it is easier for us to send an email when we get the opportunity. We do appreciate the newspapers and comics that come to us, we do however have access to the internet and therefore they are not being read by many. I believe that we also have our fill of regular popcorn.

We have new Yoga enthusiast in our mists that will be in need of mats, blocks and straps to establish and enhance their practice.

The soldiers did have a few requests that they would like to have if possible:
Club Crackers
Tom's Deodorant
Oreo Cookies (all flavors)
Lego building blocks- characters
Boy Scout Jalapeno popcorn
Velveeta Cheese (dip for nacho night)
Ro'telle original diced tomatoes and green chili
Shelf stable Almond Milk
Scented wax melts/jar
Lavender Essential Oil

We want to personally thank the following for their love offerings and gifts:
Hillary Chandler-Sandwick
Red & Connie Hathcock
Bob and Beverly Whelan
Jenny McGaha
Sue Burkit
Rhonda O'Neill and Charles Schwab Volunteers
Joanne Lundeberg and New Hope Church
Ed Ettel
New Beginnings Outreach Ministries

Thank you,

CW2 KINDRA DALLAS




05 Jul 2017

CLASSIFICATION: UNCLASSIFIED

Any Soldier,
    We are so humbled by the outpouring of support that we have received over the last three weeks. My entire section received care packages from your supporters and the smiles were priceless. The decorations that were sent made the 4th of July look and feel like home. We want to thank the following for taking time enough to care:
Beverly Whelan
Darien Little League
Hilary Chandler Sandwick
Sharon Murphy
The Hugs Project
Foundation Resource Management
The Breakfast Station

Thank you,

CW2 KINDRA DALLAS



28 Jun 2017

CLASSIFICATION: UNCLASSIFIED

Any Soldier,
    I wanted to send a thank you for all of the care packages that we received. It was like Christmas in June here. My section was very appreciative of all the thoughtful packages that were sent. We had enough to share with other sections. The soldiers love the Old Bay Seasonings, puzzles, books and of course the personal messages. We received a care package from a retired USMC who included a photo of his grandfather from 1903 when he was in the National Guard and a photo of himself with a 102 year old Army veteran. Those moments are priceless and my section was very moved and humbled to receive those beautiful pieces of history. We send our appreciation and gratitude for all your gifts and support:

Jane Schmitz
Cygnus Manufacturing Company
Interplan-Richard Atwood
The Sons of the American Legion
Jack Sands

Thank you,

CW2 KINDRA DALLAS



13 Jun 2017

CLASSIFICATION: UNCLASSIFIED

Any Soldier,
    I received a care package today and wanted to thank you for all of your support. My section loved the books that were sent and the note cards will come in very handy. Special thanks for Ms. Shirley Dehart for choosing our group.

Thank you,

CW2 KINDRA DALLAS




04 Jun 2017

I am requesting care packages for my section which consists of 24 soldiers. We deployed as a Task Force from the states of Maryland, Texas, Puerto Rico and Arkansas. We are provided trailers that are used for our housing needs. Our trailers support 220/110v but we must use converters. While we have access to the DFAC three times per day, there are times we work late and get hungry. Having some microwaveable meals would be ideal in the evening after the DFAC has closed. Popcorn, mixed nuts and chips also make good snacking options when we don’t want anything heavy to eat. Although we love chocolate, it does not fare well in the heat. We have A/C and running water along with a laundry facility where we can wash our own clothes. The PX has limited options when it comes to laundry detergent, they keep Mountain Fresh Tide pods stocked but not much else. The moral here is good, there are plenty of activities available through the MWR and USO. Our section likes to put puzzles together, wind down with word searches and even those that like to paint and color. On Sunday afternoons, the section tries to do a mental checkout and have some fun. We just did a cookout which was very interesting, the charcoal they have here is not like the Kingsford at home. Overall it turned out well even though the food was bland. We were missing some key seasoning, especially Old Bay (We are from MD after all). Another enjoyable event that we do is Tea-Time. We like experimenting with various types and flavors of tea. So far our favorite is a Mystik Spice Chai Tea from Sam’s Club. Since we do have running water we are able to maintain good personal hygiene. We have a few soldiers that use all natural EO products, such as lotion, deodorant spray and lavender body wash, because of skin sensitivity. It’s not home but we are making it work for us to the best of our ability. I am thanking you in advance, on behalf of my section, for your assistance, support and continued prayers.
CW2 Kindra Dallas

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