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June marks the official beginning of summer so let’s have a

YELLOW AND BLUE BARBECUE

      Our June adoption is for a “crazy crew” of ABHs aboard the aircraft carrier USS George Washington CVN73. 

     The ABHs (Aviation Boatswain’s Mate – Handling) are the yellow shirts and blue shirts on the flight deck of an aircraft carrier.

     They launch and recover aircraft and work extremely long hours covering day and night flights.  Things get pretty hot working around “the birds” and this crew needs a bit of summertime fun to lift their spirits!  Bulk boxes filled with the ingredients for a fun summer picnic or barbecue would be great for this group!

     Based in Yokosuka, Japan, they are currently on patrol.  The ABH crew consisting of 165 males and 22 females.

They are requesting:

Food

beef jerkey, slim jims

energy/protein bars,breakfast bars, Pop Tarts, mini boxes of cereal, granola bars

dried fruit, canned fruit (easy open tops)

canned soup, cup of soup, tuna (in pouch or pop top can)

crackers, rice krispy treats, sunflower seeds, chips, pretzels, bean dip, cheese dip

cookies (any kind would be great) Jolly Ranchers, Smarties, Sweet Tarts, hard candy, gum

seasoning salt, hot sauce

Gatorade type mix for water bottles as well as the water bottles with straps

First Aid / Personal Care

aloe vera burn gel, lip balm, moisturizing/cleansing eye drops, saline nasal spray, throat drops

vaseline blister care, flexible & cloth bandages, surgical masks, bug repellent, pocket tissues

no-water aspirins, vitamins, cotton swabs, nail clippers, eye glass wipes, Avon Skin So Soft

"hoo-ahh" brand unscented pre-moistened field towels, waterless antibacterial soap, sunscreen

strong flashlight & batteries, air freshener, tablet laundry detergent, perfume, cologne

brushes, combs, foot powder, disposable razors, non aerosol shaving cream, deodorant

Fashion

cooling neck bands, good quality sunglasses, bandanas, black boot socks, padded insoles

Fun

deck of cards, DVDs, Nerf balls, and a big YES to pillowcases.

 

     I know that their list is long but these sailors really take a beating up there on the flight deck so let's send them some fun with a 

YELLOW AND BLUE BARBECUE

Please mail packages between June 23rd and June 26th.  Thank you!

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Wow back at you OWO!!!  You find me everywhere don't you?  LOL

So, you want to make a trip to CT in June and/or July and meet some lovely New England ladies?  We have lots planned.  You may want to move back up north!  teehee ~ like that's gonna happen!  Love you girl.

PS  Homecoming was FANTASTIC.  Pictures will be on Molly's when I get a minute between unpacking and doing laundry.

Kathy, their wish list is printed in purple in the discussion part at the top of the page.  You are right I switched out the general wish list that Molly's Moms have put together over time and replaced it with the wish list for the ABH'ers on the GW.  I didn't want to confuse people by having 2 lists there.  Sorry.  My brain is still half-asleep from lack of sleep!

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