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Sgt Knopp and his friends smoking a Cohiba Maduro NO.5 with a mojioto in the Finca La Vigia cigar bar, Okinawa Japan.
Sgt Curless, Sgt Lamb, and Cpl Lovvorn deployed with the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit 2011 in Spain preparing for our long 9 month deployment all around the Middle East on the USS Iwo Jima.
Sgt Curless and Cpl Lovvorn deployed with the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit 2011 enjoying some much needed time off in Greece after spending 30 plus days on ship with no days off.
SPC Paul Mummey and other members of the 704th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Company out of Fort Hood, Texas, currently operating in Afghanistan. "The other members of the company and I typically enjoy our evenings after a long day around the fire pit sharing stories and enjoying a good cigar. That is about the biggest morale boost that we can accomplish in our present location."
"We don't officially have a cigar club with a cool name, but we do have a group of folks that enjoy a smoke just to get away from the reality of the day. When I was introduced to cigar smoking on my 2009 deployment, my first stop to get all the basics was CI. Thank you for always supporting troops both at home and across the globe."
Staff Sergeant M. Schmitt in Afghanistan enjoying a 5 Vegas Classic that he had just received in the mail that day. "Thanks for the FPO shipping!!!"
"Smokin' Crows Cigar Club" in Afghanistan enjoying some ACID cigars ordered from CI. Back Row L to R: A1C DelaGarza, SPC Kluey, TSgt Chamberlain. Front Row L to R: TSgt Armstrong, TSgt Lawrence, SSgt Hehn.