Craig Morgan, who was once a member of the military, is in Afghanistan to entertain the troops.  He's on the Stars & Stripes tour that stopped in Kuwait first, to play a show for the soldiers there.  Craig then moved into an area of Afghanistan where they haven't had entertainment for two years. 

Craig called from Afghanistan to give an update on his tour.  He says he's excited to be playing for the men and women of the military and feels its the least he can do.

Craig says the shows are more fun for him than then troops.  That is, until he hears what the concert means to the soldiers.

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Craig has been overseas so many times he could be the country Bob Hope

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It sounds like all fun and games for Craig, but being in Afghanistan is dangerous.  Just look at, what he calls his 'Afghanistan tattoos.'

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Ouch!  Craig does get to see some beautiful country and by the looks of it, he gets to see it on a old motorcycle.

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A round of applause to Craig Morgan and everyone else who travels overseas to entertain our troops.

When Craig returns he won't be taking any breaks.  He's set to take part in a 200 mile Swedish dogsled race, north of the Arctic Circle.  Talk about going from one climate to the other.