Thursday, December 20, 2012

Wish Come True

Dhananjay Parmar

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Soldiers Make Terminally Ill Boy's Wish Come True
10-year old Khalil Quarles is able to live his military dream...

Khalil Quarles, 10, raises his right hand during his honorary enlistment into the Army Reserve as his father, Damon, watches the ceremony held in Baltimore, Md. Maj. Gen Sanford Holman, 200th Military Police Command's commanding general, read the special Oath of Enlistment for Quarles, who suffers from a rare form of cancer that affects less than 1 percent of all people who have been diagnosed cancer. Quarles, who is terminally ill, said it would be his dream to enlist in the Army. Through friends of friends and the power of social media, the 200th MPCOM partnered with deployed soldiers in Kuwait who are assigned to the 12th Public Affairs Detachment and Third Army to ensure Quarles' wish came true. More than two-dozen soldiers assigned to the 200th MPCOM and the Office of the Chief, Army Reserve stood shoulder-to-shoulder during the enlistment ceremony. The 200th Military Police Command is based out of Fort Meade, Md., and commands and controls more than 13,000 soldiers in 44 states.
Sgt. 1st Class Mark Bell
200th Military Police Command 
(20 - December - 2012)

Maj. Gen. Sanford Holman presents and American flag to Khalil Quarles, 10, at his home in Baltimore, Md., during a surprise visit from members of the 200th Military Police Command and the Office of the Chief for his honorary Oath of Enlistment ceremony held Dec. 19. Holman is the commanding general of the 200th MPCOM. Quarles suffers from a rare form of cancer that affects less than 1 percent of all people who have been diagnosed cancer. Quarles, who is terminally ill, said it would be his dream to enlist in the Army. Through friends of friends and the power of social media, the 200th MPCOM partnered with deployed soldiers in Kuwait who are assigned to the 12th Public Affairs Detachment and Third Army to ensure Quarles' wish came true. More than two-dozen soldiers assigned to the 200th MPCOM and the Office of the Chief, Army Reserve stood shoulder-to-shoulder during the enlistment ceremony. The 200th Military Police Command is based out of Fort Meade, Md., and commands and controls more than 13,000 soldiers in 44 states.
Sgt. 1st Class Mark Bell
200th Military Police Command 
(20 - December - 2012)

Khalil Quarles, 10, raises his right hand during his honorary enlistment into the Army Reserve as his father, Damon, watches the ceremony held in Baltimore, Md. Maj. Gen Sanford Holman, 200th Military Police Command’s commanding general read the special Oath of Enlistment for Quarles who suffers from a rare form of cancer that affects less than one percent of all people who have been diagnosed cancer.
Sgt. 1st Class Mark Bell
200th Military Police Command 
(20 - December - 2012)

Army Reserve captains John Barbee and Sherman Pittman assist Khalil Quarles, 10, down the sidewalk outside his home during a surprise visit from members of the 200th Military Police Command and the Office of the Chief, Army Reserve.
Sgt. 1st Class Mark Bell
200th Military Police Command (20 - December - 2012)


Dhananjay Parmar