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February 09, 2008


judith jenkins       ( todd prentice's mother )

todd, i'm so proud of you, to have a son that did't have be where you are and did it anyway is beyond belief,i wish ever mother had a son like you.may the lord bless you and all the brave sons over they.
love and miss you very much
p.s. will be sending cookies soon

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The construction field always has it ups and downs and is always changing but progress will never stop.Even in a questionable economy there is always room for growth and expansion. The will and strength of the people is what makes us all able to move forward and accomplish great feats together. and construction has always been the backbone of this country no matter the economic status.

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I wish I would have thought of it first. Its so very beautiful. Keep up the good work!

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i like this part of the post:"They have the skills to support long-term construction projects. Compared to previous projects, their current mission is by far the largest since they were deployed in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom II." is very good

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The mission of the depot is to pre-stage supplies that are to be picked up by IA units. Soldiers working at the depot have inventoried supplies and streamlined the offloading of materials arriving by convoy. 1st Sgt. Robert Griffith, of Luray, Va., is the unit's heavy material and vehicle adviser to the Iraqis. He said the receiving process of heavy materials has progressed to the point where he now answers questions from his counterparts by saying, "How would you do it?"; encouraging Iraqis to further take control.

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