The 99th Infantry Division was a unit of the United States Army in World War II. It played a strategic role in the Battle of the Bulge when its inexperienced troops held fast on the northern shoulder of the German advance, refusing them access to the vital northern road network that led into Belgium. The 99th Regional Support Command, which is the successor unit of the 99th Infantry Division, is a Major General command under the US Army Reserve Command (USARC). The command provides base operations support to all Army Reserve Soldiers, units, facilities and equipment for the entire Northeast Region of the Army Reserve, including Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia, Maryland, the District of Columbia, Delaware, New Jersey, New York, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Maine, Connecticut and New Hampshire. Base operations includes personnel administration, finance, facilities management, logistics management, maintenance, public affairs and legal support. The 99th Regional Support Command is headquartered at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, NJ.
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You spent most of your life listening to ska music. Now, you have a son of your own and the only logical solution to raising him the right way is by dressing up as a Rude Boy as well! Face it, you're a "Ska Dad!" Wear this t-shirt at the next ska show with pride!
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You spent most of your life listening to ska music. Now, you have a daughter of your own and the only logical solution to raising her the right way is by dressing her up as a Rude Girl! Face it, you're a "Ska Dad!" Wear this t-shirt at the next ska show with pride!
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