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July 15, 2013

Sharing the sights of Spring, for our troops

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Fort Campbell soldiers engaged in military actions, whether in Iraq or Afghanistan, are forced to endure long tours of duty away from familiar and comforting imagery. For those of us here at home, the scenes we take for granted and actually complain about, are golden moments to them.

As Spring 2013 progresses into its own right, Business Clarksville gathered some images some around our community to share with our troops in far-away places. Sharing makes the separation easier, the distance not so vast.

We care about and for you and your loved ones eagerly await your return.  Enjoy the views.

[Photos by Turner McCullough Jr./JazzWaves Imaging Solutions]



About the Author

Turner McCullough, Jr.
Turner is Publisher of Business & Heritage Clarksville. He is a disabled Retired US Army veteran, interests include -photography, jazz, beachfront ocean exposures, sharing good foods with friends, wine tasting, political advocacy, people watching, theatre, arts, works of Wm Shakespeare/James Patterson/Maya Angelo/Alice Walker/Brian Lumley, Cornel West, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Pres. Lyndon B.Johnson, movies, books, writing, parliamentary procedure.




 
 

 
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