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Amber kelly June 25th, 2011

Hello Everyone,My name is Amber i have a loved one in the Air~Force Resv also he is a local police officer in our home town he left in March of this Year he is in Afg. I'm very worried I have not heard anything since he has left I grew up in a military family I know most of the in's&out's of this but not to here anything I'm not sure how to handle this I stand by my loved one &this is not like him to not keep in touch I try to stay positive in every way I pray for all to come home safe...I heard comm.is really bad over there my loved ones police buddy told me he was there and there comm was bad & could not call,e~mail or anything for a few months & he told me everything is fine & not to worry but I'm human it is easier said then done...He also said most Air~Force Resv only stay for no longer then 6months,It really can't come soon enough for us to be back together soon,I always say "Faith will keep us going,Love will bring us back together soon,Everything happens for a reason b thankful for every moment....


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terri starkey July 7th, 2011

hello, I use to work with red cross, getting to active duty members, mainly for emergencies. You might want to call them and see if they can get in contact with him or the commander. Also, when in a war time these soldiers are to busy to writw, depending on what there assignment is, and if they are in an isolated area.


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lois hampton July 29th, 2011

Hello Amber,I would have message you sooner but just joined.I'm hoping you have get'in an tex,e-mail,or an call by know.if not try not to worry Well not to much.I have been there done that more days then I like to count.I kept telling myself everything is fine as long as no one comes to my door!My father was a gardsman,my bro was in spc.forces and died in 1968 fighting for our country.Now married to the Army.! Everything will be fine.You're doing right by talking about it.Terri is right !! Most of our men are where they can't sent a letter or e-mail or call us.Try e-mailing a chaplin of his unit or the support group.Maybe some of the other wifes or girl friends may have got messages.Sometimes in passing other units they can send messages thru.(one group leaves another comes in)No matter what pray that He KEEPS A CLEAR MIND!! and not worry about you so he can come back safe.

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