BOISE, Idaho -- Albertsons here said it was shipping 185 computers to Iraq to help connect soldiers deployed overseas with family and friends.
cameras, baby wipes, toothpaste, candy, beef jerky, playing cards and phone calling cards.
The computer donation was made in response to concerns by the U.S. Army that too few computers were available at Camp Anaconda, the main Army base in Iraq, which resulted in limited Internet access and hundreds of troops in line at any given time waiting to ...
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