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Wednesday, May 30, 2007
Love from Ft. Stewart
I wanted to send in a picture of my husband Nathaniel G. Hemric. He is currently serving another tour in Iraq, he has been gone since November 27th 2006, and is due home sometime between February-March 2008. He is apart of the 293rd MP Company 385th Mp Battalion out of Fort Stewart Georgia. He's taken lots of pics in Iraq so I decided to send u this one. Nathaniel is constantly busy, works very hard and I talk to him from time to time when he has any free time to talk to me. But i would like to share this with u cause his unit didn't and hasn't got much media attention.
-- Sharon Hemric of Fort Stewart, Georgia
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