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I've been writing for years that the Combined Action Program  (CAP)  was a lot more than a highly trained team of United States Marines.  In Vietnam, the unit was known for its kindness, friendship, trust and protection.    Stories from CAP and programs like it from the other American military branches would make a great weekly television show.
    It about time, Americans heard the whole truth about the Vietnam War.     (CAProductions will be non-profit.)
 
 
 
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Corporal Jeffrey H. Meighen, Civil Affairs Non-commissioned Officer,
                           5th Civil Affairs Group, 2nd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, Regimental Combat Team-2, gets the chance to make a difference
                           in Iraqi children's lives during Operation Iraqi Freedom by handing out toys and hygiene products, participating in sporting
                           events and helping to rebuild their towns.  Meighen helps a child from a local Iraqi village put on a soccer jersey for a
                           game between the kids and Marines. Photo by: Lance Cpl. Zachary W. Lester
Civil Affairs Marine make a difference in Iraqi community
Submitted by: 2nd Marine Division
Story Identification #: 20058273558
Story by Lance Cpl. Zachary W. Lester



CAMP KOREAN VILLAGE, Iraq (August 2, 2005) -- The Marine, who plans to pursue an education degree, seems far from the classroom being deployed to Iraq, but he still gets the chance to work with children.

Corporal Jeffrey H. Meighen, civil affairs non-commissioned officer, 5th Civil Affairs Group, 2nd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion, goes out into the local communities and makes a difference in Iraqi children's lives during Operation Iraqi Freedom.

"I love being around kids, these kids are good kids," said Meighen. "They smile and seem comfortable with us."

Meighen sometimes participates in sporting events with the local children. He also hands out toys and hygiene products while working to help rebuild their towns.

The Southern Senior High School graduate conducts civil affairs missions to help people in the surrounding cities. As a part of CAG he helps restore critical infrastructure such as water, health services, schools and other projects that help improve the Iraqi living conditions.

"If those vital things are not up and running we push them to get them up and running through government funding," Meighen said.

The Harwood, Md. native and his CAG team go out two to three times a week to interact with the Iraqi-nationals. They recently set up a soccer game for the kids of a local village where
Marines put nets on empty goals and handed out jerseys, shorts, socks and even shoes.

"Basically I think the foundation for any society is the kids. If we show them now that we are not all bad, that we are not here to take away their freedom, but to liberate them, the kids will grow up knowing that and 20 years from now they will be the ones running the country," he said.

Meighen found his way into the Marine Corps and later to here after talking to a Marine recruiter on the way to the Air Force office.

"I figured that I would take advantage of everything I could while I was still young so I joined the Marine Corps," he said.

The 22-year-old is on his second deployment. During his first deployment he spent time in South America teaching several South American countries' soldiers non-lethal combat techniques and anti-terrorism awareness.

"I have seen a ton of progress. We came out here with a full plate of stuff to do and our civil affairs team leader has pushed hard to get a lot of those things done," Meighen said. "I just hope we make a difference here."

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WHETHER  INTENTIONAL  OR  NOT...
 
Back in April 1971, as John Kerry was appearing on television talk shows around America condemning his brother and sister Vietnam vets for being Baby-Killers and Village-Burners, he was helping cover up the Duc Duc Massacre.    http://www.capveterans.com/the_duc_duc_resettlement_village
 

Investigate New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics Vice-Chairman Robert Correale and his Law Firm
 
Due to this major Conflict of Interest within New Jersey's Office of Attorney Ethics, the New Jersey Government should call for an investigation outside the Office of Attorney Ethics on their Vice-Chairman Robert Correale, Esq. and his Law Firm . 
    Since I'm a disabled, PTSD Veteran, I requested the Federal Department of Justice (DOJ) to please carry out this investigation due to this major Conflict of Interest in the State of New Jersey, but the DOJ refused.   The DOJ wrote that I had to have this resolved in New Jersey.   Since I felt that New Jersey didn't give me Equal Rights Of State Laws, I felt my civil rights were being violated under Statue II of the Disability Act.
Please do me a favor and visit this webpage to learn the details:   http://www.americans-working-together.com/id78.html

The American Military aims to remove the stigma from seeking therapy for post-combat stress.
(The story at the below link.)
 
PTSD has the real STIGMA.   Sadly, many Americans still have the image of Rambo in their minds, when it comes to PTSD Veterans...
 
This image must be replaced with the Truth...
 
 
 
 

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It’s time that all Americans find out why Jane Fonda was never charged for treason.   Who has the answers?   (She's about to do it again!    And America's children are again at risk!)        
 
     Bringing Jane Fonda to the attention of the American People is the responsibility of Federal politicians...  not Vietnam Vets!   Why was Jane Fonda (and John Kerry) not charged for treason.
 
 
 
 
A  "PRO SE"   PTSD  VIETNAM  VET  WINS  A  LEGAL  MALPRACTICE  CASE  AGAINST  A  STATE'S  VICE-CHAIRMAN  OF  ATTORNEY  ETHICS.
 
 
LINKS  TO  REMEMBER
 
Here's a link (military) that will send a message to a brave man or woman in our military.
"Give a shout to a soldier today."

http://www.AmericaSupportsYou.mil

 

National  Medical  War  Memorial  and  Youth  Education  Center  Project

http://home.earthlink.net/~proudvietnamveteran/americans_working_together/id36.html

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HILLARY'S  2008  RUN  FOR  PRESIDENT
 
 
VIETNAM'S   OVER  30  YEARS  OF  COMMUNISM
 
 
A  WAR  MASSACRE  THAT  THE  AMERICAN  NEWS  MEDIA  DID  NOT  COVER
 
 
THE  PEACE  CORPS  VOLUNTEERS  WITH  RIFLES
 
 
NEW  JERSEY  ATTORNEY  ETHICS  PROTECTS  ONE  OF  THEIR  VICE-CHAIRMAN
 
 
DISABLED  VIETNAM  VETERAN  ISOLATED  AND  FORGOTTEN  BY  HIS  GOVERNMENT
 
 
ARE  FLOODED  GRAVES  THE  BEST  THAT  WE  CAN  DO  FOR  OUR  VETERANS
 
 
Termite went to Iraq to help two nations.