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Sun, 06 Dec 2015, 11:02 AM

Eddie Krawiec Sees Value in Visiting Installations Both Large and Small
Courtesy of Kelly Topolinski,


The Operation Appreciation team: Eddie Krawiec, Greg Anderson, Andrew Hines, Jason Line and Dan Runte
Four days in the desert of Kuwait have gone by in a flurry as drivers participating in Operation Appreciation have hopped from military installation to military installation, greeting troops and getting the run-down on daily life on-station. The experiences they have collected in this short span of time are beyond ones that most civilians will ever have in their lifetime, and the honor of such a journey is not lost on the group of championship drivers.

Eddie Krawiec has been on the Operation Appreciation tour four times before, but today's events marked his first visit to Camp Patriot, a small Kuwait navy base and U.S. Army camp located on the Eastern coast.

Eddie Krawiec shares his perspective of Day Four of the trip

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