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Brothers In Arms - October 2004

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.

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This picture was taken in the mountains of Asadabad Afghanistan.

This picture was taken in the mountains of Asadabad Afghanistan.

Greetings from Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan! Some of the guys from Task Force Guardian (MPs).  Left to right: SSG Sean McAraw, CPT Damon Hogsten, SFC John Reber, SFC Roy Gerber, MSG Green Wilson, CPT Michael Swift and MAJ Marty Partridge.

Greetings from Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan! Some of the guys from Task Force Guardian (MPs). Left to right: SSG Sean McAraw, CPT Damon Hogsten, SFC John Reber, SFC Roy Gerber, MSG Green Wilson, CPT Michael Swift and MAJ Marty Partridge.

The Badda Bing Boys in Bagram, AF. We are from Charlie Company, 367th EN BN. Chillin on the Veranda from left to right are: SFC Welch, SFC Doucette, SFC Blankenship, SFC Olveda and our commander CPT Silbernagel. Taken at Camp TNT, Bagram Afghanistan.

The Badda Bing Boys in Bagram, AF. We are from Charlie Company, 367th EN BN. Chillin on the Veranda from left to right are: SFC Welch, SFC Doucette, SFC Blankenship, SFC Olveda and our commander CPT Silbernagel. Taken at Camp TNT, Bagram Afghanistan.

From left to right: SFC Olveda, SFC Doucette and CPT Silberagel. Taken at Camp TNT, Bagram Afghanistan.

From left to right: SFC Olveda, SFC Doucette and CPT Silberagel. Taken at Camp TNT, Bagram Afghanistan.

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