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CPT LeeAnn N. Roberts
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CPT LeeAnn N. Roberts
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Airman's Title: Commander
APO/FPO: APO AE (Note 1*)
Added here: 03 September 2005
End date: 03 Feb 2006 (Note 3*)
Contact for approx number of Males: 5, Females: 1 (Note 5*)
Unit is from: Colorado (Note 6*)

Note: CPT LeeAnn N. Roberts was dropped from this list on 05 Mar 2006 due to 60 days of no contact.

04 Jan 2006:
Team Update
We would like to thank all of you who contributed school supplies, toys, beanie babies, clothes, shoes to our "adopt a school" program. The American people were so generous, we collected over 500 toys and 14 boxes of school supplies, this enabled to supply four different villages. It was so wonderful to be able to give out all of the resources to the local Iraqi people. We made the delivery on New Years Day, so we do not have our slide show together yet, I will make sure we post it once we have it completed. The day was a true success, and we also found a 3 year old girl with 3rd degree burns, we brought her back to base with us and she is going to be fine. It is through all the contributions made by so many wonderful people that we were able to touch so many people. Thank you so much for your kindness and generosity.

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Captain Roberts

14 Nov 2005
To all of you great supporter's, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts. The boxes that have been sent have been put to good use especially since our chow hall cannot pass a health inspection. The beef jerky, sunflower seeds are always in need. Since it is getting pretty cold here, soup would be great. We also love Crystal light especially the Peach Tea flavor. Any food item you send will be thoroughly appreciated.
We have also adopted a local village school. So any kind of school items, even second hand clothes, shoes would be great. if you are sending items that are heavy use the "flat rate" boxes from the post office so it is not so hard on your wallet. Thanks again for your support and I hope you enjoy the photos!

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Capt Roberts

23 Sep 2005
Last night (21 Sep 05), our team's received "Christmas in September"). Due to your website and the support of some truly wonderful Americans. It was the highlight of our month, especially since we have not recieved mail in a month. we just sat in amazement as the cards and letters, boxes were unloaded. I divided boxes up and each of us grabbed letters so that we could try and write everyone personally and thank them.
The boxes of food, snacks, treats hygiene items, magazines ect, were unbelievable. We all sat on the floor in a big circle and read the letters out loud, some of us miss home so bad the tears were running just to hear from so many people that support us. Our location is so far forward, at times we really feel forgotten about. I was not really sure what would be the best way to make sure everyone is sent a "thank you" from us. My troops stated that they all will be trying to return a letter to everyone even though it is not expected. If there is anyway to post this e-mail so that they know their packages, and letters made it and how grateful we are it would be greatly appreciated. The following people have our heartfelt
thanks for taking the time to show their love and support for their US Armed Forces!!!

Chris & Steve Castle CO
Roger & Cheryl Boehner CO
Kids Celebrate Soldiers MO
Verda Leavell CA
Patti & Michael Vamosy CA
Barbara Benjamin Creel GA
Jan Peirce CA
Rutherford Library NJ
Kitty Wright GA
Garcl CO
Jack Sands MD
Cheryl & Gary Swartz PA
Sue Britts CA
Christina Harrold PA
Patty Worsham FL
Betty Roloson MD
Britt Clinigan CO
Diana Eastman CA
Rhonda Jewell MO

Thank You all from the bottom of our red, white and
blue hearts!!!!!

Captain LeeAnn "Nicole" Roberts
MNCI, Team 7

03 Sep 2005
Hello we are the only Air Force personnel on this base. We live in a hardened building, we have 220 volt capacity. We do not have a PZ of any kind, our chow hall is run by the Iraqi's and has not passed a health inspection to date. We do have a microwave and rely heavily on care packages for food so that we do not have to eat in the chow hall and run the risk of getting sick. We will be here for 365 days. We only receive mail once a month so when it is delivered it is the best feeling in the world. My troops maintain a very positive attitude although they work 7 days a week and have little to look forward to. We all love boxed food. Especially twizzlers, sunflower seeds, soup, canned chicken. We try to cut back on the junk food because we have no gym and it is not safe to run on the base. We have had a hard time getting some sweet n low or sugar substitute, so that would be great to have some sent. Coffe and tea is a big favorite. We all are Air Force cops so we love movies of any kind and we do have a dvd player. It is not just having items sent that means so much it is the small things like letters that mean so much, especially to those of us who are so far away from home. We are not picky on what is sent our way just thankful that we are being remembered!

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New with us (December 2005) you might notice "APO AA" and "FPO AA". This is for units in the Caribbean/South America. Normally. However, due to the nature of some units they may be in Iraq but have an address showing "FPO AA". Mail addresses to "AA" goes out of Miami, Florida.

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( Note 6.): This is simply where the unit this contact is from. This is NOT a true picture of the folks in the unit as most all units are made up of folks from all over the United States.) A "Composite Unit" is one made up of other units and is usually temporary for a particular mission.

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