USO2GO Makes Its Way to Iraq – Twice!

U.S Army soldiers from Charlie Company, 1-77 Armored Regiment, 4-1 Armored Division, pose in front of USO2GO Kit boxes, Oct. 24, on Camp Ur, Iraq. U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Alan B. Owens, 40th Iraqi Army Brigade, Military Transition Team, communications chief, from Alma, Ark., and U.S. Army 1st Lt. Nicholas Ennis, Charlie Company, 1-77 Executive Officer, from Long Island, N.Y., coordinated with the United Service Organizations to have the troop support care packages delivered to the soldiers. 1st Lt. Ennis felt this was a way to “boost the morale of the soldiers” housed on Camp Ur.Charlie Company, 1-77 supports 40th IA BDE MITT and conducts joint patrol missions with the IA and Iraqi police, within Dhi Qar Province in southern Iraq. MITT soldiers live and work with the Iraqi army, as well as train, advise and assist the IA in the areas of intelligence, communications, fire support, logistics, and infantry tactics.Pictured from left to right; Pvt. Dexter Neal, 11B, from Houma, La., Sgt. Jefferson Guillermo, 19K, from Porterville, Calif., Pfc. Jonathan May, 19K, from Harrington, Del., Pfc. Jared Morris, 68W, from Independence, Mo., Pfc. Alex Ayala, 19K, from Bronx, N.Y., Spc. Michael Williams, 11B, from Jackson, Tenn., Sgt. Liam Molinelli, 11B, from Stow, Ohio, Spc. Ryan Adams, 13F, from Holland, Mich., and Pfc. Randy Hamilton, 11B, from Columbus, Ohio. (U.S. Army photo/Sgt. 1st Class Alan B. Owens)

Soldiers from Company C, 1st Battalion, 77th Armor Regiment sort boxed contents from their “USO2GO” care packages sent by the USO to Camp Ur, near Nasiriyah, Iraq. The Soldiers are deployed from Fort Bliss, Texas, to advise and assist the 40th Iraqi Army Brigade in Dhi Qar province. U.S. Army Sgt. 1st Class Alan B. Owens, 40th Iraqi Army Brigade, Military Transition Team, communications chief, from Alma, Ark., and U.S. Army 1st Lt. Nicholas Ennis, Charlie Company, 1-77 executive officer, from Long Island, N.Y., coordinated with the United Service Organizations to have the troop support care packages delivered to the Soldiers. 1st Lt. Ennis felt this was a way to “boost the morale of the soldiers” housed on Camp Ur.

3 thoughts on “USO2GO Makes Its Way to Iraq – Twice!

  1. These people are so dedicated to there job and deserve a big Thank nYou for their Support in Operations in Iraq. On this day of Memorial Celebrations of the Pearl Harbor Attack, that end in Peace between two Countries.

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