Picture this: Operation homefront

CDW-G's John Howard, a retired brigadier general, presents computers to families of soldiers at Fort Campbell, Ky.

Photos courtesy of CDWG

Spec. Arlee Maidesil is all smiles as he carries out his new computer. Maidesil will use the computer to keep in touch with his wife, Christine, and their son, Charlie, 2, while Maidesil is deployed overseas.

Photos courtesy of CDWG

Nonprofit organization Operation Homefront, in cooperation with technology provider CDW Government, presented 130 refurbished computers to families of the U.S. Army 101st Airborne Division at Fort Campbell, Ky. The computers will enable the families to communicate via e-mail with loved ones deployed overseas.

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