Texas, Okla. delegation spend New Year's Eve with Soldiers

By U.S. Army photo by Cpl. Christopher Calvert, Third Army Public AffairsJanuary 4, 2012

ALI AL SALEM, Kuwait - U.S. Senator James Inhofe, Okla., shakes hands with Sgt. 1st Class Colby Keck, A Company, 1st Squadron, 180th Cavalry, 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, during a visit with troops here Dec. 31. The Norman, Okla. native was one of eight Soldiers chosen to meet Senator Inhofe on New Year's Eve. During the visit, Senator Inhofe answered questions from Soldiers and expressed his gratitude for their service. Through joint ventures like this one, Third Army and Senator Inhofe are showing their continued support to Soldiers and their Family Members.
1 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – ALI AL SALEM, Kuwait - U.S. Senator James Inhofe, Okla., shakes hands with Sgt. 1st Class Colby Keck, A Company, 1st Squadron, 180th Cavalry, 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, during a visit with troops here Dec. 31. The Norman, Okla. native was one of eight Soldiers chosen to meet Senator Inhofe on New Year's Eve. During the visit, Senator Inhofe answered questions from Soldiers and expressed his gratitude for their service. Through joint ventures like this one, Third Army and Senator Inhofe are showing their continued support to Soldiers and their Family Members. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Cpl. Christopher Calvert, Third Army Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
ALI AL SALEM, Kuwait - U.S. Senator James Inhofe, Okla., takes time to visit with troops during a recent trip here Dec. 31. During his visit, Senator Inhofe expressed his unwavering support to Soldiers. Sgt. DeCarla Steele, Yukon, Okla. native and contracting supply sergeant with 1st Battalion, 160th Field Artillery, 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, was one of eight Soldiers chosen to meet with Senator Inhofe. Through joint ventures like this one, Third Army and Senator Inhofe are showing their continued support to Soldiers and their Family Members.
2 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – ALI AL SALEM, Kuwait - U.S. Senator James Inhofe, Okla., takes time to visit with troops during a recent trip here Dec. 31. During his visit, Senator Inhofe expressed his unwavering support to Soldiers. Sgt. DeCarla Steele, Yukon, Okla. native and contracting supply sergeant with 1st Battalion, 160th Field Artillery, 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team, was one of eight Soldiers chosen to meet with Senator Inhofe. Through joint ventures like this one, Third Army and Senator Inhofe are showing their continued support to Soldiers and their Family Members. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Cpl. Christopher Calvert, Third Army Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
ALI AL SALEEM, Kuwait - U.S. Senator James Inhofe, Okla., takes time to visit with troops during a recent trip to here Dec. 31. Senator Inhofe spoke about the importance of Soldiers knowing he was there to support them. Through joint ventures like this one, Third Army and Senator Inhofe are showing their continued support to Soldiers and their Family Members.
3 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – ALI AL SALEEM, Kuwait - U.S. Senator James Inhofe, Okla., takes time to visit with troops during a recent trip to here Dec. 31. Senator Inhofe spoke about the importance of Soldiers knowing he was there to support them. Through joint ventures like this one, Third Army and Senator Inhofe are showing their continued support to Soldiers and their Family Members. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Cpl. Christopher Calvert, Third Army Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
ALI AL SALEM, Kuwait - Soldiers from Texas met with U.S. Congressmen Joe Barton and Louie Gohmert, who represent Texas, Dec. 31. The congressmen wanted to spend New Year's Eve with the Soldiers. Attendees were given an opportunity to share their concerns and ask questions of the congressmen. Each Soldier was given a card to fill out so the congressmen could let their families know they were doing fine.  Through joint ventures like this one, Third Army and Congressmen Barton and Gohmert are showing their continued support to Soldiers and their Family Members.
4 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – ALI AL SALEM, Kuwait - Soldiers from Texas met with U.S. Congressmen Joe Barton and Louie Gohmert, who represent Texas, Dec. 31. The congressmen wanted to spend New Year's Eve with the Soldiers. Attendees were given an opportunity to share their concerns and ask questions of the congressmen. Each Soldier was given a card to fill out so the congressmen could let their families know they were doing fine. Through joint ventures like this one, Third Army and Congressmen Barton and Gohmert are showing their continued support to Soldiers and their Family Members. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Cpl. Christopher Calvert, Third Army Public Affairs) VIEW ORIGINAL
ALI AL SALEM, Kuwait - Soldiers from Texas met with U.S. Congressmen Joe Barton and Louie Gohmert, who represent Texas, Dec. 31. During the visit, Soldiers were given an opportunity to share their concerns and ask questions of the congressmen. Questions were raised regarding the economy and the future of the military as it relates to benefits, budgets and stability. Congressmen Barton and Gohmert expressed gratitude to the Soldiers for their service. Through joint ventures like this one, Third Army and Congressmen Barton and Gohmert are showing their continued support to Soldiers and Family Members.
5 / 5 Show Caption + Hide Caption – ALI AL SALEM, Kuwait - Soldiers from Texas met with U.S. Congressmen Joe Barton and Louie Gohmert, who represent Texas, Dec. 31. During the visit, Soldiers were given an opportunity to share their concerns and ask questions of the congressmen. Questions were raised regarding the economy and the future of the military as it relates to benefits, budgets and stability. Congressmen Barton and Gohmert expressed gratitude to the Soldiers for their service. Through joint ventures like this one, Third Army and Congressmen Barton and Gohmert are showing their continued support to Soldiers and Family Members. (Photo Credit: U.S. Army photo by Cpl. Christopher Calvert, Third Army Public Affairs ) VIEW ORIGINAL