Source Pravda.Ru

Pamela Anderson helps Marines get into the spirit

Pamela Anderson visited the John Stennis aircraft carrier, which is about to sail to the Persian Gulf area to wage war against Afghanistan, The Sun wrote

It was reported that five thousand Marines and pilots, who were onboard the vessel, yelled with happiness when Pamela arrived. Twenty-oneyear-old pilot Stevie Kwezada said that “the atmosphere was just amazing.”

During the time Pamela spent onboard the aircraft carrier, she gave over a thousand autographs and “sexual posters” depicting herself in order to strengthen the spirits of the military men.

Pamela Anderson, who is considered to be one of the most famous American models, said earlier that she was ready to go anywhere to support the American military. She also said many of her friends and pals “would love to do the same.”

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