Soldiers from KY are Asking for Help to Stay Warm in Afghanistan

Even though the Christmas season is already through, a unit from the Kentucky National Guard is still asking for help to keep themselves warm in Afghanistan.

It is true that whenever you hear of Afghanistan, the thing that comes to your mind would be desert-like heat  – and that is quite accurate as summers there can be quite hot and even go over 100 degrees.

However, right now most of Afghanistan has a temperature that’s right around the 20’s or even the low teens. That was what Juan Guzman, a retired soldier, soon learned about the country.

He said that, “”I was like oh it’s going to be 130 (degrees) all year and the first winter I had no cold weather gear. Government issued items weren’t enough to battle sub-zero temperatures in the mountains. “I did receive care packages which were a blessing. “

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