These are thank you notes from our troops that the Landstuhl Hospital Care Project has received for 2018.
November 25, 2018Good Afternoon,
I wanted to let you know that we have received all of your recent packages. It was a nice treat to receive the fleece blankets, coffee, flags, and additional care packages. The soldiers and myself truly appreciate all of your team’s efforts with putting these together. If there is anything we can do in return to show our gratitude, please let me know.
Thank you again.
FBS DUSTOFF PLT SGT
Co C 3/126th AVN
July 9, 2018
Hey, I apologize for not writing sooner. I just wanted to say thanks
for all the boxes you have sent our way lately. They have been greatly
appreciated and have made many people happy. Thanks so much for your
support over this rotation. Hopefully I’ll be rotating out late July.
I’ll be sure to give your information to my successor. His name is MSgt
R. A. A friend of mine, MSgt A. P., told me that she
knows you as well. It’s a small world. Anyway, I just wanted to send you
this note of thanks. Take care out there and I’ll see you around.
N. A.P, TSgt, USAF, CADC
NCOIC, Mental Health Clinic
March 29, 2018
Good morning and Happy Friday from soggy Ramstein! I wanted to let you know that we did receive a shipment from LHCP this week. Thank you – to you and your amazing supporters – for the generosity. Nearly every week, one of our inbound redeployers loses a bag en-route to Ramstein. Their frustration escalates when they arrive at the DTC and learn that they’ll be in civilian clothes for the duration of their time with us – but often their civilian clothes are on a plane to who knows where. For us to be able to provide them the option of free and new clothes/toiletries etc., really helps to soften their landing here, making the work we seek to do much more feasible. Blessings!
USAF Deployment Transition Center (HAF/A1S)