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Care Packages for Deployed Servicemembers

Integral Components Inc., a manufacturer of custom cabling and wire harnesses, and all of its employees assembled 170 care packages for deployed Servicemembers Nov. 26 at their Westminster, Md. location. Some of these care packages are going to Soldiers in Bravo Company, 2nd Battalion, 20th Special Forces Group deployed to Afghanistan. The company has been sending care packages for over six years and this year was the largest shipment.

Audio comments (in order) 6:27 total:
1. Russ Keiser, Integral Components Inc. owner(s)
2. Bill Keiser, Integral Components Inc. owner(s)
3. Command Sgt. Maj. Thomas Beyard, Command Sergeant Major of the 29th Combat Aviation Brigade

Command Sgt. Maj. Thomas Beyard, command sergeant major of the 29th Combat Aviation Brigade, presents the Minute Man statue to Integral Components Inc.

Care Packages for Deployed Servicemembers

Command Sgt. Maj. Thomas Beyard, command sergeant major of the 29th Combat Aviation Brigade, presents the Minute Man statue to Integral Components Inc.

Care Packages for Deployed Servicemembers

Amy Preston and John Grob, both family assistance center specialists, received two of five footballs signed by most of the Ravens team members to take to Walter Reed while the other three will be shipped to deployed Soldiers.

Care Packages for Deployed Servicemembers

Care Packages for Deployed Servicemembers

Care Packages for Deployed Servicemembers

Employees form an assembly line to put together the 170 care packages, which included items like an IPod, homemade cookies and candies, toothbrush & toothpaste, pretzels, jerky, wire ties, magazines, etc.

Care Packages for Deployed Servicemembers

Care Packages for Deployed Servicemembers

Group photo, left-to-right, John Grob, Bill Keiser, Amy Preston, Command Sgt. Maj. Thomas Beyard and Russ Keiser.