Tank_2 As you watch the numerous TV programs and read the numerous newspapers about how we are doing in the sand box, how about turning the scale? Yes you can tell the warriors first hand how you think they are doing so when they hear the BS on the programs and newspapers, they can be reassured that those programs are as wrong as two boys sleeping together.

Below are two email addresses that YOU can send your personal message to Regimental Combat Team 6 (RCT6) in the fight. Along with these emails, continue to make contact and send your support thorough http://www.anysoldier.com to reinforce how well our warriors are doing. What are you waiting for? Get over there and let them know you heard about their success!

The e-mail for those boys is: RCT-6lettersfromh@gcemnf-wiraq.usmc.mil

RCT-6 has their own blog at: http://fightin6thmarines.vox.com/


  1. All,
    As one of the combat correspondents for RCT-6, I can’t tell you how great it is to know that my words are reaching people. Sgt. Deboard keeps me posted on the amount of email the RCT has been getting and all I can say is Thank You. Thanks for letting us know you care. Keep the good words coming for these great Marines out here.

  2. Hi Christopher — It’s great to know that the emails incoming are having an ‘impact’. You guys are awesome, and I hope that we continue to keep that flow coming in your direction … certainly Maj Pain will push, as will I and the other bloggers.
    We love our Marines 🙂

  3. to Christopher: we love hearing from you guys as much as you love hearing from us. Thank you for doing such a good job for us! We know you are working long hours and it is hot but keep going, we support you 100%. You & all our troops are in my prayers.

  4. Thank you Marines for all that you do !!! You really have more supporters than you realize !!! Stay strong, stay safe !!!
    And Christoper, I think I have “met” you before.

  5. Christopher glad to hear the emails make a difference! I shared your website (very nice by the way) and the email address with several hundred people in a couple of Military communities. I’m sure at least some of them came through.
    Take care and stay safe.
    And thanks Major Pain!
    Semper Gratus.

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