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Old 12-17-2007, 09:51 AM   #1
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Headed back overseas!! :)

Well folks, just wanted to say that I'll be incommunicado for up to a month. I'm going back to Afghanistan and since I'll be embedded it may be tough to get regular internet access. It has in the past, but with all the changes going on over there for the better, it may be easier this time. I'll check in as often as I can to get my WF fix....seems like I can't walk by a computer without logging on and laughing at Tiny berating some poor schmuck. I'm leaving the states next week and will stop off a few places before reaching our final destination. This isn't a regular unit deployment, just a very small specialized team, so we have privileges that aren't afforded to the regular Army. I'll have internet access til Tuesday morning if anyone wants to ask any questions. Keep in mind that OPSEC only allows relatively vague answers, so I'll tell you what I can.



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Cavy, you take care and be safe. I think I can say with confidence that WF appreciates what you and all our military members do. Be safe and come home soon. I'll keep up the tormenting just in case you swing by and need a laugh .... cavediver..... <snicker>
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Old 12-17-2007, 10:04 AM   #5
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Have a safe but profitable trip. Remember, you don't have to lead the women and children as much.
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Take care of yourself and your men.
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Old 12-17-2007, 10:56 AM   #8
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Old 12-17-2007, 12:23 PM   #9
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Thanks for doing what you do so I can do what I do!
X2, everything you do is much appreciated and a happy holiday and new year to you and your family.

Be careful over there.

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Old 12-17-2007, 12:55 PM   #10
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thank you for what you do and to all service men and women..god bless and be safe.
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Old 12-17-2007, 01:18 PM   #11
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Thanks everyone for your support...I really do appreciate it. I love being deployed. It's a totally different way of life when you're doing what I'm doing in a hostile isolated area....you have a different way of looking at everything. You become more aware of your surroundings. Your sight improves, your sense of smell improves along with your hearing. Anyone who's been deployed to a hostile area will agree with me. It's long, gruesome work that sometimes seems like it'll never end, but it's fulfilling. We really are making a difference in Iraq and especially in Afghanistan. There are alot of contractors over there that are helping rebuild the infrastructure that the Soviets destroyed in the 80's. Schools are being built, along with hospitals. Teachers are being trained and so are doctors. And then there are teams like mine.....hunter/killer teams that isolate and eliminate the terrorist threat to the country....theirs and ours. I'm proud of what we're doing over there...not just of my team, but of all the coalition forces. I've had a chance recently to work with some British SAS teams. What fun! I'll be seeing alot of those chaps in the year to come...
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Old 12-17-2007, 01:22 PM   #12
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Kick some ass and take care of yourself. Thank you for your service and good luck.
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Thanks everyone for your support...I really do appreciate it. I love being deployed. It's a totally different way of life when you're doing what I'm doing in a hostile isolated area....you have a different way of looking at everything. You become more aware of your surroundings. Your sight improves, your sense of smell improves along with your hearing. Anyone who's been deployed to a hostile area will agree with me. It's long, gruesome work that sometimes seems like it'll never end, but it's fulfilling. We really are making a difference in Iraq and especially in Afghanistan. There are alot of contractors over there that are helping rebuild the infrastructure that the Soviets destroyed in the 80's. Schools are being built, along with hospitals. Teachers are being trained and so are doctors. And then there are teams like mine.....hunter/killer teams that isolate and eliminate the terrorist threat to the country....theirs and ours. I'm proud of what we're doing over there...not just of my team, but of all the coalition forces. I've had a chance recently to work with some British SAS teams. What fun! I'll be seeing alot of those chaps in the year to come...
All right now, deployment envy setting in, my wife wont be happy with me if I volunteer again. I've been to Iraq twice now, I want to go to Afganistan next time. Of course, my unit is changing from a Detachment to a Company so we're out of the game probably until late 08 or early 09 for re-organization and schools. Seriously though, good luck and have a safe trip.
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good luck bro, keep your head down. I got a few buddies over there too. Thank you for your service, and talk to your azz soon!
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Old 12-17-2007, 09:21 PM   #16
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Thanks for Your Service to Our Nation!

My son was deployed in the Afghan theater and will be heading to Iraq next trip. Like you, he spoke of all the tremendous strides in the infrastructure that have been done. Tragically our news media regularly fails to tell us how much has been accomplished and how appreciative the Afghan people really are. I did see a news report that the Taliban bombed 114 schools in 2006 which is indicative that all they want to do is keep people in subjection to their beliefs with no freedoms and no life. The good news is that the schools were rebuilt. Thanks, Jordan, for your service to our nation. It's appreciated more than you may ever know.
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Old 12-17-2007, 10:28 PM   #18
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good luck and be safe and as always thank you for your service.
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