WWE pays 'Tribute to Troops'

By Sgt. DaleAnne MaxwellDecember 8, 2008

BAGHDAD, Iraq - President George W. Bush speaks to the Soldiers of Multi-National Division - Baghdad and the 4th Infantry Division via recording during the World Wrestling Entertainment Inc.'s Tribute to the Troops Tour in front of the Al Faw Palace on Camp Victory Dec. 5. The event marks the sixth year in a row that WWE superstars have come to entertain U.S. troops stationed on the front lines in Iraq.
1 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – BAGHDAD, Iraq - President George W. Bush speaks to the Soldiers of Multi-National Division - Baghdad and the 4th Infantry Division via recording during the World Wrestling Entertainment Inc.'s Tribute to the Troops Tour in front of the Al Faw Palace on Camp Victory Dec. 5. The event marks the sixth year in a row that WWE superstars have come to entertain U.S. troops stationed on the front lines in Iraq. (Photo Credit: Sgt. DaleAnne Maxwell) VIEW ORIGINAL
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Maj. Gen. Jeffery Hammond (left), a native of Hattiesburg, Miss., the commanding general of Multi-National Division - Baghdad and the 4th Infantry Division, accompanied by Command Sgt. Maj. John Gioia, the division's senior enlisted leader, administers the oath of enlistment to 100 Multi-National Division - Baghdad Soldiers reenlisting during the World Wrestling Entertainment Inc.'s Tribute to the Troops Tour in front of the Al Faw Palace on Camp Victory Dec. 5. The event marks the sixth year in a row that WWE superstars have come to entertain U.S. troops stationed on the front lines in Iraq.
2 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – BAGHDAD, Iraq - Maj. Gen. Jeffery Hammond (left), a native of Hattiesburg, Miss., the commanding general of Multi-National Division - Baghdad and the 4th Infantry Division, accompanied by Command Sgt. Maj. John Gioia, the division's senior enlisted leader, administers the oath of enlistment to 100 Multi-National Division - Baghdad Soldiers reenlisting during the World Wrestling Entertainment Inc.'s Tribute to the Troops Tour in front of the Al Faw Palace on Camp Victory Dec. 5. The event marks the sixth year in a row that WWE superstars have come to entertain U.S. troops stationed on the front lines in Iraq. (Photo Credit: Sgt. DaleAnne Maxwell) VIEW ORIGINAL
BAGHDAD, Iraq - World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. superstar JBL steps in the ring for his wrestling match during the WWE's Tribute to the Troops as Multi-National Division - Baghdad and 4th Infantry Division Soldiers enjoy the show, which was held in front of the Al Faw Palace on Camp Victory Dec. 5.   The event marks the sixth year in a row that WWE superstars have come to entertain U.S. troops stationed on the front lines in Iraq.
3 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – BAGHDAD, Iraq - World Wrestling Entertainment Inc. superstar JBL steps in the ring for his wrestling match during the WWE's Tribute to the Troops as Multi-National Division - Baghdad and 4th Infantry Division Soldiers enjoy the show, which was held in front of the Al Faw Palace on Camp Victory Dec. 5. The event marks the sixth year in a row that WWE superstars have come to entertain U.S. troops stationed on the front lines in Iraq. (Photo Credit: Sgt. DaleAnne Maxwell) VIEW ORIGINAL
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Vince McMahon, chairman of the World Wrestling Entertainment speaks to Multi-National Division - Baghdad and 4th Infantry Division Soldiers during the World Wrestling Entertainment Inc.'s Tribute to the Troops Tour in front of the Al Faw Palace on Camp Victory Dec. 5. The event marks the sixth year in a row that WWE superstars have come to entertain U.S. troops stationed on the front lines in Iraq.
4 / 4 Show Caption + Hide Caption – BAGHDAD, Iraq - Vince McMahon, chairman of the World Wrestling Entertainment speaks to Multi-National Division - Baghdad and 4th Infantry Division Soldiers during the World Wrestling Entertainment Inc.'s Tribute to the Troops Tour in front of the Al Faw Palace on Camp Victory Dec. 5. The event marks the sixth year in a row that WWE superstars have come to entertain U.S. troops stationed on the front lines in Iraq. (Photo Credit: Sgt. DaleAnne Maxwell) VIEW ORIGINAL