PHOTOS: Dog Tags for Kids

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56th SBCT PAO, 28th Inf., MND-B

Spc. Michael Frost, of New Castle, Pa., a Soldier with Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 56th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 28th Infantry Division, began distributing a bag of Dog Tags for Kids keepsakes to Soldiers working in the 56th SBCT headquarters area.

CAMP TAJI, Iraq – Spc. Michael Frost (second from right), of New Castle, Pa., a Soldier with Headquarters and Headquarters Company, 56th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 28th Infantry Division, began distributing a bag of “Dog Tags for Kids” keepsakes to Soldiers working in the 56th SBCT headquarters area. Frost ordered a shipment from of the tags from the Dog Tags for Kids website. The organization reports on its site that 420,000 of the tags have been distributed to deployed Soldiers, at no cost to the Soldiers who then mail the tags to their children. Receiving tags from Frost are, from left: 1st Lt. Robert Clancy, Grove City, Pa.; Sgt. Robert Kerecman, Scranton, Pa.; Sgt. 1st Class Jason Range, Elizabethtown, Pa.; and Capt. Nathan Haecker, Lincoln, Neb.

These Army green dog tags read With Love from Dad or from Mom, U.S. Army, Iraq, 2009. The Dog Tags for Kids organization reports on its Web site that 420,000 of the tags have been distributed to deployed Soldiers, at no cost to the Soldiers who then mail the tags to their children as a keepsake.

CAMP TAJI, Iraq – These Army green “dog tags” read “With Love from Dad or from Mom, U.S. Army, Iraq, 2009.” The Dog Tags for Kids organization reports on its Web site that 420,000 of the tags have been distributed to deployed Soldiers, at no cost to the Soldiers who then mail the tags to their children as a keepsake. New Castle, Pa. native Spc. Michael Frost, a Soldier with the 56th Stryker Brigade Combat Team, 28th Infantry Division ordered a shipment of the dog tags to distribute to fellow Soldiers in his brigade.

By Sgt. Doug Roles