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December 16, 2018

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August 20, 2018
My name is Charles J. Barr, Major General, U.S. Army, Retired. I was Commanding General of the 143rd Transportation Command in Camp Arifjan, Kuwait from July 2005 through June 2006. The 2-127th Infantry Battalion were a subordinate unit under my command. That Battalion, commanded by LTC Todd Taves, was responsible for providing convoy escort gun trucks for all of sustainment convoys moving into and traversing Iraq. I will never forget 26 September 2005 when I was informed of the Explosive Formed Penetrator IED that killed SPC Michael Wendling and SGT Andrew Wallace from the 2-127th Inf. Bn. It shocked the entire command to the reality of the dangers on the roads in Iraq. I think about those young men every day, along with the other 4 Soldiers and 2 Airmen killed on convoy operations in Iraq during my year in command of the 143rd. I had met two of these young men and knew them personally a few days before they were killed. I carry a set of dog tags in my pocket with their names on them. May they all rest in peace and never be forgotten by all those who knew and loved them. I, too, was a Citizen Soldier serving on active duty, leaving my Nebraska farm duties to my family at home. It was my second tour of duty as a mobilized Army Reserve Soldier.

Very respectfully, Charles J. Barr, Liberty, NE
December 20, 2014
Hello,
We would like to express our deepest condolences and also let the Wallace Family and friends know that we will be sending Care Packages to troops in Afghanistan this week and we'll be dedicating several of these to your loved one. Each package will carry the name, photo and the hometown of Andrew P. Wallace US Army Sergeant. We realize that this is a small tribute, but we do this with all respect and sincerity and we want you to know that it is made possible by thousands of like-minded individuals from across the American youth hockey community. We will not forget. May God Bless you and keep you strong.
Sincerely,
Charlie Gili & Family
On Behalf of the US Hockey Players Support Our Troops Campaign
October 24, 2013
I read the messages written with such love, honor and respect for Sgt Wallace...I am so sorry he was taken from all of you, and from every American who loves freedom...My heart swells with pride...Thank you Sgt Wallace...I will meet you someday...
September 26, 2013
May God's love and grace embrace your family and loved ones today and every day forward.