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Brothers In Arms - March 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.

SSgt Jordan Scheller in Afghanistan smoking a Perdomo Lot 23. "Thank you for your support of the troops and for the great service you provide us."

A soldier from the HHC 3rd Squadron 2nd Stryker Cavalry Regiment "enjoying the little things in Afghanistan."

(DEC-12-10) TSgt Daniel Valentine, SSgt Jarad Metz and Christian Sobczak enjoy Cohiba Singlo II cigars at an air field in Afghanistan.

A soldier smoking a Man O’ War.
"Here is me enjoying my favorite past time in Kuwait, smoking cigars from C.I.!"

Gunny Devor after receiving a shipment in Southern Afghanistan. "Thanks CI for the fast shipment."

Gunny Devor enjoying a CAO MX2 after a long day in Afghanistan.

CE2 Vivian smoking a cigar on the ’beach’. "I’m an Electrician with a Navy SeaBee detachment in Iraq and I’m proud to say I’ve gotten several of my fellow bees on the cigar train."

CE2 Vivian’s humidor: "...an ammo can I converted to a humidor to keep my cigars safe and fresh as I tend to get sent around the country a lot and a typical humidor would not survive. I actually have it lined with cedar wraps I’ve saved from various cigars and I had to cut some slits in the weatherproofing gasket so its not perfectly air tight."

CE2 Vivian’s humidor: "...an ammo can I converted to a humidor to keep my cigars safe and fresh as I tend to get sent around the country a lot and a typical humidor would not survive. I actually have it lined with cedar wraps I’ve saved from various cigars and I had to cut some slits in the weatherproofing gasket so its not perfectly air tight."

Soldiers of the Operational Coordination Center Region East, OCC-R(E), Afghanistan. "We enjoy smoking cigars as we discuss business, game plan, and coordinate efforts throughout the day."

Soldiers of the Operational Coordination Center Region East, OCC-R(E), Afghanistan. "We enjoy smoking cigars as we discuss business, game plan, and coordinate efforts throughout the day."