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Bill Labbree Jr. Named to the Bd of Directors of the Burlington Camden County Assn. of Realtors

When East Meets West:Happy to report our Sons Max & Lucas finished their tours of duty in Iraq


Hi Bill, Hank Here!

Both of my sons were born and raised here in Kitakyushu City, Japan. But attended high school in the States. Lucas attended Gateway High School in Woodbury, New Jersey, while my son Max attended Beaverton High School in Beaverton, Oregon.


This is a picture of my son, Lucas just before he left Iraq for his new assignment.

In the picture is the Iraqi policeman who Lucas was working with On convoy security and a bunch of children.


Lucas K. Miller Pfc. was stationed at Al Asad, Iraq for a year and a half, he was involved in convoy security with the U.S.Army 25th Transportation Company as a machine gunner, driver, and translator of English & Japanese...Lucas , presently is at the Schofield Barracks ,Honolulu ,Hawaii.


His brother Max K. Miller Cpl. U.S.Marine Corps was also at Al Asad, Iraq for a year and was also involved in convoy security, and is also a radio operator, And English, Japanese Translator.


Presently Max is back at Camp Schwab, Okinawa, Japan


Warm Regards from Kitakyushu City, Japan

 Hank F. Miller Jr. (Editor's Note: Hank is a former resident of Gloucester City)

Related: When East Meets West


Below is a picture of Maxie while on convoy security patrol at Al Asad , Iraq just before he left there.
Max is the third from the right in the front row standing.These guys are now back at their base at Camp Schwab in Okinawa ,JapanL_3e6b80d0af1f725367d1f9a52579b235


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