• CAMP SLAYER, IRAQ - Being hundreds of miles away did not deter these die-hard Philadelphia Phillies fans from having one of Camp Slayer's streets re-named to honor their team. First Sergeant David M. Bernosky, with the 304th Civil Affairs Brigade, helped coordinate the project to boost moral for the Philadelphia based unit and to remind everyone in the Baghdad region who won the World Series. This Army Reserve brigade, composed of warrior -citizen Soldiers from the Philadelphia area, are part of the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne), headquartered at Fort Bragg, N.C.

    World Series Champions in Iraq

    CAMP SLAYER, IRAQ - Being hundreds of miles away did not deter these die-hard Philadelphia Phillies fans from having one of Camp Slayer's streets re-named to honor their team. First Sergeant David M. Bernosky, with the 304th Civil Affairs Brigade...

  • CAMP SLAYER, IRAQ - These Army Reserve Soldiers with the 304th Civil Affairs Brigade all have one thing in common, they are all die-hard Philadelphia Phillies fans.  The brigade, along with its true-blue fans helped coordinate the project to have one of Camp Slayer's streets re-named to honor their team. The goal was to boost moral for the Philadelphia based unit, and more importantly to remind everyone in the Baghdad region just who won the World Series. This Army Reserve brigade which is composed of warrior -citizen Soldiers from the Philadelphia area, are part of the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne), headquarter at Fort Bragg, N.C.

    Phillies Fans

    CAMP SLAYER, IRAQ - These Army Reserve Soldiers with the 304th Civil Affairs Brigade all have one thing in common, they are all die-hard Philadelphia Phillies fans. The brigade, along with its true-blue fans helped coordinate the project to have one...

  • CAMP SLAYER, IRAQ - These Army Reserve Soldiers with the 304th Civil Affairs Brigade all have one thing in common, they are die-hard Philadelphia Phillies fans.  The brigade, along with its true-blue fans, helped coordinate the project to have one of Camp Slayer's streets re-named to honor their team. The goal was to boost moral for the Philadelphia based unit, and more importantly to remind everyone in the Baghdad region just who won the World Series. This Army Reserve brigade which is composed of warrior -citizen Soldiers from the Philadelphia area, are part of the U.S. Army Civil Affairs and Psychological Operations Command (Airborne), headquarter at Fort Bragg, N.C.

    304th Civil Affairs Brigade and Phillies Fans

    CAMP SLAYER, IRAQ - These Army Reserve Soldiers with the 304th Civil Affairs Brigade all have one thing in common, they are die-hard Philadelphia Phillies fans. The brigade, along with its true-blue fans, helped coordinate the project to have one of...

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