Commander in Chief surprises 10th CAB Soldiers in Afghanistan

By 10th Combat Aviation BrigadeDecember 10, 2010

BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan -- Commander in Chief, President Barack Obama spoke to servicemembers and civilians stationed at Bagram about the progress they're making in Afghanistan.  "You are protecting your country. You are achieving your objectives. You will succeed in your mission."  Obama visited nearly 3,500 servicemembers and civilians at the base Dec 03.
1 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan -- Commander in Chief, President Barack Obama spoke to servicemembers and civilians stationed at Bagram about the progress they're making in Afghanistan. "You are protecting your country. You are achieving your objectives. You will succeed in your mission." Obama visited nearly 3,500 servicemembers and civilians at the base Dec 03. (Photo Credit: Sgt. 1st Class JR Williams, 10th Combat Aviation Brigade) VIEW ORIGINAL
BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan -- President Barack Obama visited nearly 3,500 servicemembers at Bagram Airfield Dec. 3 to thank them for their service and asked them to pass on his gratitude to their families as well.
2 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan -- President Barack Obama visited nearly 3,500 servicemembers at Bagram Airfield Dec. 3 to thank them for their service and asked them to pass on his gratitude to their families as well. (Photo Credit: Staff Sgt. Todd Pouliot, 10th Combat Aviation Brigade) VIEW ORIGINAL
BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan -- President Barack Obama signs the colors of the 10th Combat Aviation Brigade for Spc. Chad Ivy (not pictured), a native of Waldorf, Md. and member of the 10th CAB command group.  Ivy was one of nearly 3,500 servicemembers who gathered at a hangar on the airfield Dec. 3 to meet the Commander in Chief.
3 / 3 Show Caption + Hide Caption – BAGRAM AIRFIELD, Afghanistan -- President Barack Obama signs the colors of the 10th Combat Aviation Brigade for Spc. Chad Ivy (not pictured), a native of Waldorf, Md. and member of the 10th CAB command group. Ivy was one of nearly 3,500 servicemembers who gathered at a hangar on the airfield Dec. 3 to meet the Commander in Chief. (Photo Credit: Photo courtesy of US Army) VIEW ORIGINAL