Cold in Afganistan

I have a friend who is an army chaplain and he tells me how cold it is during the winter, especially in the mountain passes. Temps at Zero and below. His unit runs supply convoys at night and it is really, really cold. My chaplain friend tells me that the army does not furnish the troops hand warmers for the night convoys. I find it disgusting that our military feels that it is too expensive to furnish hand warmers, especially those who have to man the machine guns on top of the trucks. My church is supplying some of them, but we cannot afford to supply the needed amounts. If anyone out there would like to help I will gladly furnish the necessary information.

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