MND-B Soldiers supervise government mail delivery

By Spc. Howard Alperin, MND-B PAOApril 13, 2009

CAMP LIBERTY, Iraq - Sgt. Robert Haltiwanger, official mail manager for Camp Liberty Army Post Office secures a personal locker here, April 10.  After a recent medevac, Haltiwanger takes responsibility to ensure a Soldier receives his personal belongings.  "Our job is to make sure he gets his stuff back with no hassle to him or his family," said Haltiwanger, from Columbia, S.C., Division Special Troops Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division.
1 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – CAMP LIBERTY, Iraq - Sgt. Robert Haltiwanger, official mail manager for Camp Liberty Army Post Office secures a personal locker here, April 10. After a recent medevac, Haltiwanger takes responsibility to ensure a Soldier receives his personal belongings. "Our job is to make sure he gets his stuff back with no hassle to him or his family," said Haltiwanger, from Columbia, S.C., Division Special Troops Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division. (Photo Credit: Spc. Howard Alperin, MND-B PAO) VIEW ORIGINAL
CAMP LIBERTY, Iraq -  Pfc. Don Remillo, assistant mail manager for Camp Liberty Army Post Office, screens a unit locker for any items not allowed for government mail April 10.  "Weapons, weapon parts, ammo, and any potential cargo travel risks, such as flammable items are not allowed," said Remillo, from San Diego, Division Special Troops Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division.
2 / 2 Show Caption + Hide Caption – CAMP LIBERTY, Iraq - Pfc. Don Remillo, assistant mail manager for Camp Liberty Army Post Office, screens a unit locker for any items not allowed for government mail April 10. "Weapons, weapon parts, ammo, and any potential cargo travel risks, such as flammable items are not allowed," said Remillo, from San Diego, Division Special Troops Battalion, 1st Cavalry Division. (Photo Credit: Spc. Howard Alperin, MND-B PAO) VIEW ORIGINAL