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Martial arts expert and action film star, Chuck Norris signs a T-shirt for Cpl. William P. Kessler, 23 of Cedar Park, TX. Kessler, a reconnaissance Marine with Company A, 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion from Okinawa, Japan. Norris and fellow actor Marshall Teague toured camps throughout Al Anbar province and Kuwait as a part of their United Service Organization sponsored trip. The action stars hoped to raise the morale of the troops, give inspirational speeches, and provide a handshake with a smile. They made Camp Fallujah their ninth stop of 11, finishing up their tour with stops in Camps Ramadi and Taqaddum to visit the troops there. â??I came here to see the morale of the troops and to give them a morale boost,â? said Norris. â??If it helps them in any way positively, Iâ??m elated.â? Photo by Cpl. Lynn Murillo
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Nov 2, 2006
Martial arts expert and action film star, Chuck Norris signs a T-shirt for Cpl. William P. Kessler, 23 of Cedar Park, TX. Kessler, a reconnaissance Marine with Company A, 3rd Reconnaissance Battalion from Okinawa, Japan. Norris and fellow actor Marshall Teague toured camps throughout Al Anbar province and Kuwait as a part of their United Service Organization sponsored trip. The action stars hoped to raise the morale of the troops, give inspirational speeches, and provide a handshake with a smile. They made Camp Fallujah their ninth stop of 11, finishing up their tour with stops in Camps Ramadi and Taqaddum to visit the troops there. â??I came here to see the morale of the troops and to give them a morale boost,â? said Norris. â??If it helps them in any way positively, Iâ??m elated.â? Photo by Cpl. Lynn Murillo


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