A big day, Wednesday, at Red River Army Depot. Workers received a special thanks from the Army's top officials for the Depot's continuing support in fighting the Iraq War. Red River Army Depot has rolled thousands of combat fighting vehicles off its assembly line in the Ark-La-Tex, straight into the Iraqi desert. One of the most noted being the humvee. "We are currently producing 32 humvees a day and it is because of you that we are able to do that," that's what Depot Commander, Colonel Douglas Evans told his workers. Wednesday the 10,000th humvee rolled off the assembly line. Army Chief of Staff, General George W. Casey was on hand for the celebration. He also toured the Depot and assembly line. "You all give us the tools and our soldiers the tools to enable them to do what they do in this most difficult and complex war that we have probably ever been involved with," said General Casey. Ronald Harp says workers do their job with the soldier's best interest in mind. "Our work is for the soldier, if it weren't for the soldier we wouldn't have a job, we need to do our best. Our mission is to support the soldier." Casey assured workers their efforts are praised each and every day. "My soldiers have benefited from your work for the last two years while I was in iraq, I want you to know that it was not only noticed but appreciated." Right now 640 humvees are being produced each month at the Depot.