Holiday stories: A supporter's perspective

Child, Nora
December 2008
Soldiers;Dec2008, Vol. 63 Issue 12, p22
The author features 27-year-old Michael Fields-Bradley, a soldier in Iraq who was adopted by the author's family in the U.S. The author relates that Fields-Bradley has been a good friend of hers and that they have constant communication. Fields-Bradley is from Detroit, Michigan and is a Pistons fan. She notes that they sent him a pillow as per his request. She also sent him a pillowcase with the Pistons and Spurs on it. According to the author, she was glad to have been able to boost the soldier's morale.


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