Donating in Holly-Eva’s name


1st Sgt. Clark Kuhling (left), tells Sgt. Jeramiah Carnie about a life-and-death situation where his dog, Holly-Eva, required blood due to severe illness.While Holly-Eva managed to recover without a human blood transfusion, Kuhling has made it his personal mission to sponsor an annual blood drive for everyone in need. Kuhling and Holly-Eva were on hand at the Tony Bass Fitness Center Feb. 13 during Wiesbaden’s most recent blood drive.


P8GivingBloodSpc. Ryan Kim of the Armed Services Blood Program from the Landstuhl Regional Medical Center prepares to take a blood donation from Sgt. Kari Koch, Company A, 24th Military Intelligence Battalion.

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