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Brothers In Arms - January 2011

A wall of honor for our brave men and women serving this great country! Help us keep it growing: send your pictures of armed forces members to brothersinarms@cigarsinternational.com. If possible, please include the location where the pictures were taken and the unit information.

Brothers-in-Cigars,

"Just put down another order (I think I sign over most of my paycheck to you guys on a regular basis) and I decided to send in a few pics of me and my lads here in Afghanistan. We are in the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) and are stationed in several places around the country. My pics were taken at locations around Afghanistan. I’ll send you a few more of the Christmas tree."

V/R,

SFC Doug McNeil

Brothers-in-Cigars,

"Just put down another order (I think I sign over most of my paycheck to you guys on a regular basis) and I decided to send in a few pics of me and my lads here in Afghanistan. We are in the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) and are stationed in several places around the country. My pics were taken at locations around Afghanistan. I’ll send you a few more of the Christmas tree."

V/R,

SFC Doug McNeil

Brothers-in-Cigars,

"Just put down another order (I think I sign over most of my paycheck to you guys on a regular basis) and I decided to send in a few pics of me and my lads here in Afghanistan. We are in the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) and are stationed in several places around the country. My pics were taken at locations around Afghanistan. I’ll send you a few more of the Christmas tree."

V/R,

SFC Doug McNeil

Brothers-in-Cigars,

"Just put down another order (I think I sign over most of my paycheck to you guys on a regular basis) and I decided to send in a few pics of me and my lads here in Afghanistan. We are in the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) and are stationed in several places around the country. My pics were taken at locations around Afghanistan. I’ll send you a few more of the Christmas tree."

V/R,

SFC Doug McNeil

Here are a few more pics. I’m still in 7th SFG(A) and we are still in Afghanistan.

V/R
SFC Doug McNeil

Here are a few more pics. I’m still in 7th SFG(A) and we are still in Afghanistan.

V/R
SFC Doug McNeil

Here are a few more pics. I’m still in 7th SFG(A) and we are still in Afghanistan.

V/R
SFC Doug McNeil

"We had a ’Smoke Out’ in honor of one of our fellow Marine’s wives having a baby. We are Marines from Eastern North Carolina (Cherry Point and New River Marine Corps Air Stations) attached to the 26th Marine Expeditionary Unit aboard the USS Kearsarge."

Deployed to the Gulf of Iran, 2010

On top of Mount Fugi, 2010

CW4 Di Pasquale, SFC Lupien, 1SG Cavanaugh and SSG Dion enjoying a cigar break during OIF, Kuwait.

"Thanks for the awesome support from CI"

The Soldiers and contractors of 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Squadron (Wolf pack), Hawk Company (H-co) are sitting and enjoying cigars playin’ poker after a hard day’s work in Afghanistan.

Personal note from the guys and gal of 3/2: "Thank you for the cigars and support. Even the smallest things can go a long way for morale."

The Soldiers and contractors of 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Squadron (Wolf pack), Hawk Company (H-co) are sitting and enjoying cigars playin’ poker after a hard day’s work in Afghanistan.

Personal note from the guys and gal of 3/2: "Thank you for the cigars and support. Even the smallest things can go a long way for morale."

The Soldiers and contractors of 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Squadron (Wolf pack), Hawk Company (H-co) are sitting and enjoying cigars playin’ poker after a hard day’s work in Afghanistan.

Personal note from the guys and gal of 3/2: "Thank you for the cigars and support. Even the smallest things can go a long way for morale."

The Soldiers and contractors of 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment, 3rd Squadron (Wolf pack), Hawk Company (H-co) are sitting and enjoying cigars playin’ poker after a hard day’s work in Afghanistan.

Personal note from the guys and gal of 3/2: "Thank you for the cigars and support. Even the smallest things can go a long way for morale."