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Brothers In Arms - February 2011

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2 soldiers enjoying cigars while stationed in Afghanistan

Dear CI,

These pictures were taken on 30 JAN 2011 (my birthday) at an airfield in Afghanistan. We wanted to give a shout out to Cigars International by posing with your mugs to thank you for your support of the Troops as well as your quick and efficient ordering and delivery.

Thanks again!
-Sergeant First Class Rodney K. Adams
United States Army
10th Mountain Division

Sgt Taylor at his table with a CI Cigar Band humidor and the CI Catalog. "There are very few things that are both relaxing and enjoyable while serving in Afghanistan. But a tasty cigar after every patrol tops the chart."

From left to right: Cpl Vianna, Sgt Taylor and Sgt Rexha smoking CI cigars after a mission. "Thank you for your support! ... "A cigar a day keeps the Taliban at bay"

LR - SPC Carlo Valle and SGT Chris Moore.
"Hello friends at Cigar International, I’m most grateful for your support of our troop’s efforts during these wars."

The Dubs Cigar Club. Camp Dubs, Afghanistan

The Dubs Cigar Club. Camp Dubs, Afghanistan

The Dubs Cigar Club. Camp Dubs, Afghanistan

L-R: SSG Brouillard and SSG Tirsell on their construction site enjoying a couple of 5 Vegas Relics.

Senior Chief Jon Martin and Chief Gullion Vaq-132, deployed in Iraq.

The men of the 101st Airborne Assault 1-506 infantry regiment in Afghanistan.

L-R: Marshall, our interpreter. HM1 Michael Smaltz, LTJG Jose Mora and EO1 Tim Finnicum of the Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 74 enjoying some well deserved liberty while being deployed in Ethiopia.

Seal Team 3 in Afghanistan going after the Taliban.

"This is one of the few things us Chiefs on the USS Preble have to look forward to. ... Once in awhile we get a sunny day to enjoy a good cigar with our Captain; or, just us Chiefs trying to relax a little. And of course all our cigars come from CI..."