Posted on Mar 16, 2015
PO1 Ricky Allen
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On one deployment when everyone was getting mail, there were two or three that got nothing. I used to drag them into the studio with me so they could share in my journey of watching my son grow up on tape. We shared a few laughs and had a great time. I think it's important we write to those men and women overseas deployed - they need to know someone cares about them and what they're doing. If you would like to submit a few kind words go here - http://bit.ly/letters2soldiers and I will mail your messages for you free of charge.
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I remember during Desert Storm my third grade class wrote to Soldiers in Saudi Arabia, and sent them salty potato chips, lol.

It was pretty funny years later when I was in Iraq and received letters from little kids.

"Dear Soldier, I miss you. I hope you guys kill lots of bad men"

lmao
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God some of those were hysterical. I opened one entitled "Dear Savior" so I passed it to the next guy in line lol
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CPT Richard Riley
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I've written several over the years. Most often, those I know but I've sent several in the "Dear soldier" route.
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This is awesome. Thanks for sharing this.
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