Brothers In Arms - January 2012

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"We here in the 44th (Vampire Bats) Expeditionary Fighter Squadron have been enjoying some smokes from CI for the last few months and have our humidors stocked for the remainder of the deployment. Thanks to the ease of ordering and shipping, we get to enjoy the camaraderie around the "Smoke Circle" whenever time allows.

Thanks for shipping APO, it sure makes a difference to be able to enjoy a few of the finer things in life, even while deployed."

"We here in the 44th (Vampire Bats) Expeditionary Fighter Squadron have been enjoying some smokes from CI for the last few months and have our humidors stocked for the remainder of the deployment. Thanks to the ease of ordering and shipping, we get to enjoy the camaraderie around the "Smoke Circle" whenever time allows.

Thanks for shipping APO, it sure makes a difference to be able to enjoy a few of the finer things in life, even while deployed."

The elite members of the Camp Julien Cigar Club-Kabul, Afghanistan enjoying fine cigars purchased from CI, in celebration of New Year’s Day, 2012. From Left to right: Brad Tischler (DoD Civilian), Mike Porche (DoD Civilian), SFC Blake Shaffer (USA), CPT James Lyle (USA), David Gault (DoD Civilian).

The Marines, Sailors and Contractors of 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing Forward Aviation Logistics Department/Forward Deployed Combat Repair enjoying a variety of cigars from Cigars International on New Year’s Day, 2012.

The Tali-Banned Cigar Aficionado Cigar Club hanging out on top of the Tiki Hut cigar lounge at Camp Phoenix, Afghanistan. "Couldn’t make it through the day around here without a good cigar from Cigars International. Thanks for keeping the prices the best in the business."

Spc. Michael Seachord from HHC 82nd Sustainment Brigade in Afghanstan.

Spencer Thomas and the boys enjoying some cigar goodness in Afghanistan.

I am Staff Sergeant Chris Clinton and we are the USAF C-17 Globemaster III Maintenance Unit in Kuwait. Most of us are avid cigar smokers and are all pretty sure that the majority of our "per diem" is sent directly to you guys! However, we doubt too many of your customers have enjoyed a hand-made in a bombed out (HAS) hardened aircraft shelter courtesy of the United States Air Force!

L to R: SPC. Brown, PFC George, and SPC Robison of the 45th IBCT in Afghanistan.