Wednesday, September 20, 2006

Care Packages for Soldiers

I think that you should already participate in Soldiers Angels for our troops in Iraq, but I just bumped into this at Blackfive and I'm going to happily steal it from him via cut and paste. This is only the real important part. The address to send the stuff to. If you're truly willing to help and support, and send a little love to our British Allies over there, then here's the address:

Brit in Iraq:

    British Soldier
    c/o G1 Branch
    HQ MultiNational Div (SE)
    Basra, BFPO 641

And for a British soldier in Afghanistan:

    British Soldier
    c/o G1 Branch
    HQ Helmand Province Task Force
    Camp Bastion, BFPO 792.t


    If you're one of those war protesting fucktards, please don't bother the troops, they have a hard enough time being away from home as it is. They don't need your bullshit too. In fact, if you are one of those war protesting fucktards, why the hell are you reading this? You need to crawl back under your own rocks.

9 comments:

Kathi said...

Hey,thanks for the plug for Soldiers Angels:)
(was cruising Technorati tags,holy cow! I'm a geek,lol) and you caught my eye because I grew up right outside Kazoo,in Parchment.
Haven't been back in years,but I still think of it as my 'hometown'.

cachik said...

I went to three different Post Offices in the Memphis, TN area to send cards to the Brits and none of them could find the way to figure postage on a BFPO address. If anyone can help with information please do so.

Thank you.

Leta said...

I went to three different Post Offices in the Memphis, TN area to send cards to the Brits and none of them could find the way to figure postage on a BFPO address. If anyone can assist me with this I'd appreciate it.

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Leta said...

I addressed several cards to these 2 addresses and took them to 3 different Post Office locations in Memphis, TN. No one was able to figure out how to "post" them to a BFPO address. If anyone has information to help with this I'd appreciate it.

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Warthog said...

I removed a couple of the duplicate comments. I would think that the Post Office should be able to use a foreign postage chart but I might suggest post ing your question over at Blackfive as he was the original poster of this (I just repeated it) he may have alot more info than I do.

Leta said...

Thanks - will do (post at Blackfive).

I thought I was losing it when I typed a comment and then it wasn't "there". Thanks also for confirming I'm not losing it - YET!