Fort Eustis in Iraq: Tears flow at deployment

From the bus window, Sgt. <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB003971" title="Kimberly Williams-Paisley" href="/topic/entertainment/kimberly-williams-paisley-PECLB003971.topic">Kimberly Williams</a> waves goodbye to her son as she and the rest of the 89th Transportation Company leaves <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PLGEO100101184020000" title="Fort Eustis" href="/topic/us/virginia/newport-news-city/fort-eustis-PLGEO100101184020000.topic">Fort Eustis</a> enroute to Kuwait and Iraq Thursday morning. The 89th lost a soldier to a roadside attack outside of Najaf in 2004.
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( Joe Fudge, Daily Press / August 17, 2006 )

From the bus window, Sgt. Kimberly Williams waves goodbye to her son as she and the rest of the 89th Transportation Company leaves Fort Eustis enroute to Kuwait and Iraq Thursday morning. The 89th lost a soldier to a roadside attack outside of Najaf in 2004.

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