Re: [GZG] [OFFICIAL] GZG: FREEBIE OFFER FOR BFPO/APO TROOPS!
From: Ground Zero Games <jon@g...>
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2008 08:15:30 +0100
Subject: Re: [GZG] [OFFICIAL] GZG: FREEBIE OFFER FOR BFPO/APO TROOPS!
>My bad, I dont know why I said "D" instead of "T"
>But yes, for you. Generally, mail was sent by family members to the
>their unit HQ and the unit HQ state side would send it in bulk, I
>had only got mail like maybe twice a month because of that.
OK then, for cases like that if folks give me the relevant unit HQ
address I'll send stuff there if they are chosen.
>In a message dated 7/24/2008 7:06:09 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
> >When I was deployed, each short time leave we got, which was far and
>>few between, a good number of us use to play the Babylon 5 miniature
>>games using fleet action rules. A few of us also played FT in A-stan
>>when I was there as well. My wife would send us new miniatures,
>>small things, nothing big because of weight shipping. It takes
>>thoughts off the mind of duty when on down time, which is much
>>needed. To much time to think about what you did and what your about
>>to do again.
>>Now I have a question for Jon D. There are some men who do not stay
>>at a particular location, always moving about, never actually
>>stationed at a single duty post for more then a couple weeks. I was
>>such. How would we go about submitting there info?
>Well, I'm not Jon D*, but I'm assuming this was meant for me anyway....
>I don't know the best answer to this, because I don't know all the
>details of the forces postal systems; how do guys like that receive
>all their other mail? Surely they must have some kind of holding
>address that their letters/packets from home get sent to?
>Jon (T!) - GZG
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