A former soldier's daily experiences while living and fighting in Iraq.
posted by John at 12:39 PM
Noone should ever forget the people lost that day or the servicemen and women lost in the war on terrorism. Schu in GA
You're damn right.
Hey...glad you're back, even if its not on the brightest day.That building , and the people, and what it stood for meant a hell of a lot to us...see how far we've gone.Our "security" as a superpower has been compromised, and now escalation.Sorry to be a pessimist, but you can say hello to WWIII. Its coming soon.We all know this. We all have mixed feelings.I'm a relatively new fan of your blogs. (I'm interested in joining the Marine Corps soon) You are an excellent writer/slightly comic, with all respect. I'm glad you're safe from the battlefield (at least I think you are). Hope your family stays safe and well.Regards,A Floridian, Markydnik@yahoo.com
*hugs* good to see you again - like "a hawk" sadi - even if it's not on a happy occaision... it's still good to hear from you.Youare in our prayers, always.
Welcome back - missed your blogentries for over a year. And yes, there are plenty of reasons to be angry and support the troops fighting this war. Thank you for everything you've done, hope to see new entries soon
Thank you for remembering.Thank you for serving.Thank you for all you sacrifice so that I may live in safety and security and not in fear. You are in my prayers.michelelettersfromnyc.mu.nu
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