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Aaron Tippin in Iraq
D.B. Sweeney and General Burt Field in Iraq
Dierks Bentley in UK and Germany in 2006
LoCash Cowboys in Germany in 2012
Michael Hitchcock, Dave Price, Karri Turner, General Burt Field, Michael McDonald, Alex K. Horner, Colonel Willie Brandt, and Judy Seale in Iraq in 2007
Judy Seale, Dave Price, Karri Tuner, Jim McMahon, and Kevin Butler in Iraq in 2006
Bomshel in Korea in 2007
Richard Marx in Germany in 2005
Gary Sinise with PSD in Kuwait in 2012
Sean Arnts and Darryl Worley in Afghanistan in 2012