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Soldier's Title: COMPANY SUPPLY
APO/FPO: APO AE (Note 1*)
Added here: 20 March 2017
End date: 08 Nov 2017 (Note 3*)
Contact for approx number of Males: 49, Females: 3 (Note 5*)
Unit is from: Washington (Note 6*)

Note: CW2 MARTEN G. NEALLEY was dropped from this list on 08 Dec 2017 due to 60 days of no contact.

09 Oct 2017:

I apologize for not updating I've been here and there and when I got back I forgot. Thank you for the reminder. My PL said the has been responding to people for me while I was gone. Thank you all for the continued support. The K cups are great, everything else has been good. The small easy to put in the pocket candies and snacks are perfect for the flight crews. The chips and dip we receive we stock piled it for a month and had a football party. I asked the guys to take pics but they were more interested in the good time they were having all thanks to everyone's support.

Thank you
CW2 Marty Nealley

14 Aug 2017
So things have been going well for us and we thank you for the support. Anytime that tha exchanges runs out we are able to keep moving forward through the support provided. The Coffee Kcups that are sent are used everyday and are appreciated Please keep up the support. When we do extended ops from our fobs we are well supplied through your support and are greatfully appreciated for it. Thank you again for the help and support.

Thank you

20 Jun 2017

Thank you for the support the boxes are greatly appreciated. The coffee is so much better than the chow halls. The beef jerkey that came in bulk was great for guys on long flights over all thank you for all the support

04 Jun 2017

Thank you again for all the support the amount we are receiving has been just right the crew is greatly appreciative for it. Some of the people that we responded to have written back and are staying in contact with our crews. I'm seeing more and more of a cat with a beret around here. Once again thank you. We are grateful for the Kcups they have been the biggest hit. But overall thank you for the support.

Thank you
CW2 Marty

03 May 2017


Thank you again for your support the coffee kcups you sent where a great help more would be nice. The packages we have received have been pushed out to all our guys at all our locations we are assigned. There has been nothing but gratitude for the packages and your support. We are unable to say thank you enough. Please if possible keep them coming. we are still supporting roughly xxx soldiers here running 24HRS operations. So stuff that is easily put into pockets, energy stuff, and coffee are great help.

Thank you
Marty Nealley

09 Apr 2017


Thank you all for the packages they where greatly appreciated. We got a couple of the keurig machines in from some people but no K cups. we have been getting coffee one cup at a time from the chow hall all they try they give to much support to the old Jody call about mess hall food. Once again any support is greatly appreciated.

Thank you from Aco TF Warhawks UH-60 flight crews

20 Mar 2017

hello my name is marten nealley, I am the company supply officer and pilot for A Co 2-158 out of Ft Lewis Washington. we are currently running 24 hour flight operations out of Kandahar and while conditions are improving we do have trouble getting in supplies such as snacks, cookies, energy drinks, oat meal, protein bars, etc. we have normal electrical power and a few microwaves, fridges, etc. thank you very much for your support.

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( Note 7.): Updated APO/FPO/DPO mailing restrictions> courtesy of (gone now) (Note: About Restriction "U2": "U2 - Limited to First Class Letters", Box "R" is for retired personnel that live overseas and are still authorized an APO/FPO box. Their address will be something like Box 3345R. Doubt you will see anything like that in Afghanistan or Iraq or ...)(Please Note: Sometime in August 2013, changed the code on their page and our form doesn't work with them anymore, so a link to their page is the best we can do, sorry.)

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