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I have been sending jars of pickled veggies and prepackaged snacks from the grocery. What can you guys think of that will blow the combat boots off the guys in Iraq?? Because I have no friends or family in the service, I have no answer. During some down time, the soldiers put their sense of humour to work and created the following list of things they miss: Taste Of Home A to ZA-Apple Pies(individually sized), Applejacks cereal, A-1-sauce B-Bazooka bubble gum, C-cracker Jacks, Chocolate Chips Ahoy cookies, Crunch & Munch D-Dried Fruit, Delmonte Fruit to-go, Doritos E-Easy Mac, Easy Cheese F-Fruit Loops, Fritos G-Girl Scout Cookies, Goldfish crackers H-Hershey bar, Hawaiian Fruit punch I-Idaho Instant potato mix, Instant specialty coffees J-Junior Mints, Juicy Fruit juice Box, Jerky K Kool-Aid singles, Kellogg's cereal single sized boxes L-Lipton Onion soup mix, lemonade mix M-M&M's N-Nabisco graham crackers, Nilla wafers O-Oreos, Ovaltine P-Pop Tarts, Power bars, Prunes R-Ritz crackers, Rice Krispie Treats S-Spaghetti O's, Spices, Sardines & Salmon(canned)T-Triscuits, Twisters, Tabasco Sauce, Twinkies, Tuna, Tostitos Snack Packs U-Utz potato chips &pretzels V-V-8 Juice, veggie Chips W-whoppers malted milk balls, Whoopie Pies, Wriggley's gum X-Che X Mi X, Trail Mix Y-York Peppermint Patty, Yoodles Z-Zagnut Candy bar, Zweiback Keep in mind the apple pies might spoil before reaching the soldiers.