Showing posts with label cheerleaders. Show all posts
Showing posts with label cheerleaders. Show all posts

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Miami Dolphin Cheerleaders Entertain Troops in Manas

Miami Dolphin cheerleaders performed on stage at the Transit Center at Manas, Kyrgyzstan on February 7, 2014. There were a total of five Miami Dolphin cheerleaders along with two former Miami Dolphin football players. Prior to their arrival at Manas they were on tour at several locations in Afghanistan. The National Football League has been very supportive with providing entertainment for the troops in Afghanistan. Manas will soon shut down and be replaced by a personnel transit center in Romania later this year. (Photo at left by Senior Airman George Goslin dated February 7, 2014.)

Saturday, February 8, 2014

Washington Redskins Cheerleaders Visit FOB Fenty

Members of the Washington Redskins cheerleaders visited Forward Operating Base Fenty, Afghanistan in January 22, 2014 as part of an Armed Forces Entertainment tour. The cheerleaders were hosted by the 4th Brigade Combat Team, 10th Mountain Division. In an unrelated story unofficial reports have surfaced that the entire helicopter fleet in the Jalalabad area of operations has been grounded for maintenance issues for several days - presumably starting on the morning of January 22nd. Army personnel from the Aviation Support Brigade of Regional Command East based at Bagram Air Force Base just north of Kabul have released a statement that this high NMC rate is quite unusual and an investigation is ongoing. (Photo by SFC E.L. Craig, Task Force Patriot PAO, January 22, 2014).

Cheerleaders Visit SF Camp in Afghanistan

Members of the Washington Redskins cheerleader squad recently visited an SF unit that is part of the Combined Joint Special Operations Task Force - Afghanistan near Kabul province, Afghanistan in January 2014. The cheerleaders visited soldiers as part of their military appreciation tour. While the Special Forces Soldiers were inwardly peeved that they were taken away from their military duties and responsibilities they put up a good front and were polite hosts.  (U.S. Army photo by SPC Connor Mendez, January 24, 2014).