By Hank PabstSeptember 23, 2009
I am emailing in response to a reply made to a reader in the Mail Call section of the July 2009 issue of Soldier's Magazine.
The reply was in response to the picture of young Jeremy Beals holding a bow upside down in the April 2009 issue.
Some people, it seems, only seem to focus on the negative and not the "big picture" of how much that camp and other camps like it mean to the families of our Soldiers and the Soldiers themselves.
When I saw the picture all I saw was someone having a great time, and I thought about how nice it was that these camps are set up for them (Soldiers' children).
I just wanted to say that your reply was "on target," and literally hit the bull's eye.
U.S. Army Installation Management Command
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