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9-13-2009 @ 9:11AM
US uniformed service personnel have several options for obtaining authenticators.Have them mailed first to family support/service groups, then remailed out to troops.Additionally, actual family members can order them and send them on to their loved ones overseas.Uniformed service is tough. In the recreation time we do get, we should not have to worry about asshats stealing our fun. Getting authenticators to the 'front lines' is only very slightly more difficult, but calling it impossible would be a gross overstatement.
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