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AOR receives first Operation Warrior Comfort shipment

SOUTHWEST ASIA -- Deployed Airmen receive the first Operation Warrior Comfort packages to arrive at the Contingency Air Staging Facility, or CSAF, which cares for sick and wounded Airmen and Soldiers transiting through on their way to Germany for care. The donations from Vandenberg will provide some of the wounded troops with clothes since most of them arrive to the CASF with nothing but the clothes on their backs. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)

SOUTHWEST ASIA -- Deployed Airmen receive the first Operation Warrior Comfort packages to arrive at the Contingency Air Staging Facility, or CSAF, which cares for sick and wounded Airmen and Soldiers transiting through on their way to Germany for care. The donations from Vandenberg will provide some of the wounded troops with clothes since most of them arrive to the CASF with nothing but the clothes on their backs. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)

SOUTHWEST ASIA -- Deployed first sergeants receive the first Operation Warrior Comfort packages to arrive at the Contingency Air Staging Facility, or CSAF, which cares for sick and wounded Airmen and Soldiers transiting through on their way to Germany for care. The donations from Vandenberg will provide some of the wounded troops with clothes since most of them arrive to the CASF with nothing but the clothes on their backs. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)

SOUTHWEST ASIA -- Deployed first sergeants receive the first Operation Warrior Comfort packages to arrive at the Contingency Air Staging Facility, or CSAF, which cares for sick and wounded Airmen and Soldiers transiting through on their way to Germany for care. The donations from Vandenberg will provide some of the wounded troops with clothes since most of them arrive to the CASF with nothing but the clothes on their backs. (U.S. Air Force courtesy photo)