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Old 12-21-2012, 11:45 AM
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Well guys this will be my last post from the US. Off we go in route to Afghanistan. Wish me luck
And happy holidays to all of you as well as thanks for the support.
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@famous2146 good luck. Happy Holidays.

General question -- how do I find out what unit(s) doesn't get enough / need care package?
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hey guys just wanted to let yall know i got one more flight before my final destination but i have arrived in afghan
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Good luck! Too bad you won't be home for the holidays, but someone has to be out there. And I`m glad it's a good calgunner! I have several car magazine subscriptions, and a lot saved up.
If you or any service member wants them, I'll send them on over.
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anything is greatly appreciated where we are is NOT THE GREATEST place so entertainment is limited. Plus alot of us enjoy reading. here is a pic of our one of our transit stops. Hope you guys like it
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Merry Christmas and the I wish the best for you and... Thanks (to say the least)...
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As well and what I did for my Marines while I was in Iraq was registered at anymarine.com.

There is also anysoldier.com and anysailor.com

You can go to anyone of those websites and get the deployed address of service members and send them care packages or their units.

I know you all are looking for calgun members, but if it falls short and you want provide support those are a couple other options.
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Starbucks brand stainless steel / solid metal French press coffee maker + some coarse ground coffee was the most amazing thing EVER...

Made strong, palatable coffee - arguably the best coffee I ever had. Now, I use a jet boil with the French press attachment... Left my French press overseas with another guy (ref: bribe)

If you know any guys down range that are coffee finatics, the Starbucks stainless steel press was damn near indestructible. Granted, they'll probably only be able to boil water on post at FOB / COB / firm base.

Jet boil also makes an amazing French press attachment to their stove.
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anything is greatly appreciated where we are is NOT THE GREATEST place so entertainment is limited. Plus alot of us enjoy reading. here is a pic of our one of our transit stops. Hope you guys like it
Ahh looks like the always lovely Manass
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anything is greatly appreciated where we are is NOT THE GREATEST place so entertainment is limited. Plus alot of us enjoy reading. here is a pic of our one of our transit stops. Hope you guys like it
Without a doubt Kyrgyzstan.
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Without a doubt Kyrgyzstan.
Yup...I was just there a few days ago and it was -34* with the wind chill, cold!!!
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hand warmers and baby wipes. Its so f*****g cold here and where i am at im with FN's and they live like A**. its pretty bad no showers nothng really
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I got my buddies address today. If anyone wants his address let me know.
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Shipping out the 2 packages today was my first time also. Easiest way I can figure go to the post office and get their large flat rate boxes, the advantage of these is that it doesn't matter how much it weighs, it ships for about $15 bucks. Once you have it packed go to USPS.com and register for an account if you don't have one. The advantage of the USPS account is that when shipping it will require custom's forms and declarations. Having the USPS account it will fill all that info in and print it out for you and all you have to do it just take it to the post office afterwards. No need to fill out any forms in triplicate or however many copies they require.
just wanted to say thank you for the packages. they could not have come at a better time. I appreciate everything and ill make sure to share them with some of my Marines. Dont have much time we are in the middle of work so have to go but just wanted to stop by and say thank you.
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Manas is near and dear to my heart. I just pity the AF personnel stationed there. A bar with a two drink max. The horror. .
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Way to go Calguns. Way to support our troops. Good luck and God bless!
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2nd brigade 10th mtn just deployed, since it's recent, I'll wait awhile and contact some buddies to see what they need in the future. If this thread is still going, I'll update with an address. Good thinking!
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I am willing to send some stuff I just have a few questions,
1- how big is a unit? like How many guys so I can send a package for the group?
2- what is restricted?
3- who needs stuff? (What address)

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I am willing to send some stuff I just have a few questions,
1- how big is a unit? like How many guys so I can send a package for the group?
2- what is restricted?
3- who needs stuff? (What address)

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You can read more at USPS.com, but Porn and Bacon (pork) are two of the things that are banned. WTF, right?

They make you send to a specific person now; no more "any soldier", etc.
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2nd brigade 10th mtn just deployed, since it's recent, I'll wait awhile and contact some buddies to see what they need in the future. If this thread is still going, I'll update with an address. Good thinking!
Who told you that? My old unit (1st BDE) just deployed .
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just wanted to say thank you for the packages. they could not have come at a better time. I appreciate everything and ill make sure to share them with some of my Marines. Dont have much time we are in the middle of work so have to go but just wanted to stop by and say thank you.
Glad to hear you got them. Looks like the delivery time was about a month. Hope the package cookies didn't go stale...

If you need anything else let me know and I'll see what I can do.

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I follow both 2/15 far and 2nd brigade on Facebook. If you look 2nd brigade they show the casing of the colors.

I dont know how to post the link, but heres a copy and paste from that post.

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2nd Brigade Combat Team and 1st Brigade Combat Team held a combined deployment ceremony January 11 at Magrath Sports Complex on Fort Drum. Each brigade along with five of their battalions cased their colors for their upcoming deployment.
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Who told you that? My old unit (1st BDE) just deployed .
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I am sending out two large bulk rate packages today. Hope it gets to you quickly. Lots of hand warmers, Starbucks instant coffee, jerky, gun magazine and car mag, baby wipes, foot powder, fabreeze, Tylenol, tuna, mayo, lip balm, lotion, body wash, deodorant,cookies, snacks, head lamp, eye wash and bug repellant. Stopping to find sunflower seeds and a few other things on the way to the PO. Good luck, Sgt Ramos. Our hearts are with you.
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thanx so much for all your support i will take some pix of the boxes along with our tanks and post them for you guys to see what it is we do.
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I follow both 2/15 far and 2nd brigade on Facebook. If you look 2nd brigade they show the casing of the colors.

I dont know how to post the link, but heres a copy and paste from that post.
Damn, they both deployed? 3rd must be living it up (well as much as one can do at Drum)! Magrath is probably empty.
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I dig the idea so Im willing to help out.

anyone else need/want some stuff?
I could send movies on flash drive (formatted for windows unless specified) , magazines, wipes, candy, maybe travel size board game, condiment packets, playing cards, blah blah blah.
Im willing to send stuff just need to know who needs stuff and where to send it. If you want something in particular let me know.
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I am sending out two large bulk rate packages today. Hope it gets to you quickly. Lots of hand warmers, Starbucks instant coffee, jerky, gun magazine and car mag, baby wipes, foot powder, fabreeze, Tylenol, tuna, mayo, lip balm, lotion, body wash, deodorant,cookies, snacks, head lamp, eye wash and bug repellant. Stopping to find sunflower seeds and a few other things on the way to the PO. Good luck, Sgt Ramos. Our hearts are with you.
Hey savannah i just want to thank you for the packages you sent. My Marines where supper excited about the warmers since its still very cold and when we are doing missions we sleep in the cold. The starbucks coffee i kept LOL i like coffee and i had a coffee cup sent out so i drink it every morning i can. Everything else was distributed amongst the Marines and they where all very thankful. Well i just wanted to say thank you for everything and let you know know we all appreciate the packages. Gotta go now thanks for all you're support.
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I still need a place to send stuff and a list of wants
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I still need a place to send stuff and a list of wants
Look back on the first page. There's at least 3 addresses to send stuff directly to Calgunner's in service and other's have posted ideas on what to send.
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i know this is for currently active deployed personnel.. can some contractors get some love too? Marine Reservist here working for TC.. simple yes or no will suffice.. lol
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I'm deployed but not for much longer so I'm good on care packages.

Here's a few tips I have:
- Ziplock anything that can break or leak. Keeps everything else in the box from getting messed up. Really wrap everything in its own thing to protect it from the other stuff also boxes can get messed up by someone else's poor packaging skills.
- We get lots of Peanut Butter and Jelly, even Nutella time to time. But almost no crackers.
- Soldiers get a fair amount of time to work out down range at a gym or something make shift (like a pole with ammo cans for weight lifting), so anything that one would need for going to the gym would be nice. Small towels, supplements, exercise mags (even a few months old), etc.
- Magazines, even a few weeks/couple months old. Sure Maxim and Stuff are good go tos for guys but those only last a few days because someone can read it front to back and back to front in a couple days. News magazines are nice and anything hobby related (firearms, craftsmanship, automotive, outdoors, etc). Also Gossip mags like US, People, etc are enjoyed too.
- If you're worried about stuff being crushed, pack stuff into a box that would give it some structural integrity like putting rigid things in the middle and sides.
- TV shows and movies. Not everyone gets AFN and what they do show is junk most of the time. New episodes of shows are generally weeks later and people who work different shifts might not catch it. Nearly everyone comes here with a laptop or tablet or knows someone with one so anything on the medium will be loved.
- Blank postcards. Sometimes people make them out of the backs of the cartons that come in MRE's or buy them at a PX if their base has one (generally 25 cents to a dollar for one, mail is free to send). But throwing a few in would be good way to get people to write a post card home.
- Ziplock bags. Those are hard to find here and they come in handy. Even a few empty plastic bags from the grocery store. Use them to compartmentalize items in the box and soldiers here will reuse them for all sorts of tasks.
- Chocolate is best to send during the cooler months like November to February. After that it gets warm and they will start to melt, even M&M's. Switch out to other kinds of non-chocolate when it's Spring to Early Fall.
- If you're gonna send hot sauce, send something other than Tobasco. We get so much of that here. People want some variety. Siracha is very popular as well as Tapatio and Cholula. The more exotic the better. I like to get Buffalo Wing sauce to eat with the chicken or turkey we get because they are pretty plain otherwise.
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So I know when. I was in Iraq we had retain liquids that you shouldn't have out there sent in apple juice bottles (amazing how crown looks like apple juice). Does anyone need any apple juice sent out.
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So I know when. I was in Iraq we had retain liquids that you shouldn't have out there sent in apple juice bottles (amazing how crown looks like apple juice). Does anyone need any apple juice sent out.
lol so you can ship apple juice? The local liquor store has this killer apple pie moonshine. so good and it happens to be 70 proof which is good enough to put me to sleep after a glass two.
I can smuggle cough* im mean send some stuff too. as long as it can get there to someone that needs/wants it im willing to send it. I just wanted an address that is current so i know it will be received and not lost in the mail. So if youre going to be somewhere for a while hit me with an address already
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I'm deployed but not for much longer so I'm good on care packages.

Here's a few tips I have:
- Ziplock anything that can break or leak. Keeps everything else in the box from getting messed up. Really wrap everything in its own thing to protect it from the other stuff also boxes can get messed up by someone else's poor packaging skills.
- We get lots of Peanut Butter and Jelly, even Nutella time to time. But almost no crackers.
- Soldiers get a fair amount of time to work out down range at a gym or something make shift (like a pole with ammo cans for weight lifting), so anything that one would need for going to the gym would be nice. Small towels, supplements, exercise mags (even a few months old), etc.
- Magazines, even a few weeks/couple months old. Sure Maxim and Stuff are good go tos for guys but those only last a few days because someone can read it front to back and back to front in a couple days. News magazines are nice and anything hobby related (firearms, craftsmanship, automotive, outdoors, etc). Also Gossip mags like US, People, etc are enjoyed too.
- If you're worried about stuff being crushed, pack stuff into a box that would give it some structural integrity like putting rigid things in the middle and sides.
- TV shows and movies. Not everyone gets AFN and what they do show is junk most of the time. New episodes of shows are generally weeks later and people who work different shifts might not catch it. Nearly everyone comes here with a laptop or tablet or knows someone with one so anything on the medium will be loved.
- Blank postcards. Sometimes people make them out of the backs of the cartons that come in MRE's or buy them at a PX if their base has one (generally 25 cents to a dollar for one, mail is free to send). But throwing a few in would be good way to get people to write a post card home.
- Ziplock bags. Those are hard to find here and they come in handy. Even a few empty plastic bags from the grocery store. Use them to compartmentalize items in the box and soldiers here will reuse them for all sorts of tasks.
- Chocolate is best to send during the cooler months like November to February. After that it gets warm and they will start to melt, even M&M's. Switch out to other kinds of non-chocolate when it's Spring to Early Fall.
- If you're gonna send hot sauce, send something other than Tobasco. We get so much of that here. People want some variety. Siracha is very popular as well as Tapatio and Cholula. The more exotic the better. I like to get Buffalo Wing sauce to eat with the chicken or turkey we get because they are pretty plain otherwise.
good advice
if you know someone that would like to get some stuff let me know.
If can do movies on flash media or discs for sure but If you can find out what format its need in. mp4, avi, dvd? I dont want to send movies or shows and guys not able to watch them.
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We would have people empty the bottle and fill it with our posion and super gle the tabs back on the seal. Always got out there
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We would have people empty the bottle and fill it with our posion and super gle the tabs back on the seal. Always got out there
I just pull the lock ring off as I unscrew the top so it come off as one piece
what kind of movies would be wanted? I was thinking comedy, westerns, drama, and some action movies.

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i know this is for currently active deployed personnel.. can some contractors get some love too? Marine Reservist here working for TC.. simple yes or no will suffice.. lol
I dont mind. Ill send it if you can receive it.
whats your fancy? anything in particular?
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Hahahah movies are abailable out there you can get new movies out there but the sub titles are wy off pretty bad sper funny at
East when I was there.
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Hey savannah i just want to thank you for the packages you sent. My Marines where supper excited about the warmers since its still very cold and when we are doing missions we sleep in the cold. The starbucks coffee i kept LOL i like coffee and i had a coffee cup sent out so i drink it every morning i can. Everything else was distributed amongst the Marines and they where all very thankful. Well i just wanted to say thank you for everything and let you know know we all appreciate the packages. Gotta go now thanks for all you're support.
Your more than welcome. Hope it helped in some small way. Stay safe!
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