Tuesday, August 28, 2007

Bringing 'em back! (Part II)

Alright well here is installment #2 in my attempt at going retro with my blog. Once again I have gone through, dusted the cobb webbs off a few more old posts, done some light editing and they are back online for your viewing pleasure. I even added a couple pictures to one of them.

Just so you know I have been going in sequence with these as well. Those posts that I redid and put up with Bringing 'em Back! (Part I) were some of my very first, and right in chronological order come these posts. I believe these posts were some of the very posts that began the word being spread of my blog. These were the exciting, fun, scary and memorable days of my deployment. I hope yall enjoy them as much as I did.

Links to old posts:

It doesn't get much better than this!: This post is basically about a very sucessful and exciting day. We ended up putting a good (or technically I should say 'bad') guy behind bars.

We fucked them up!!: This is a day that I will never forget. It is the culmination of an Infantryman's life. This is the day that we first made contact with a known enemy of the United States of America.

Staring death in the face...: I did exactly that this day. One hell of a close call, and to be totally honest, I dont know how I'm alive today. I guess I'm just impervious to bullets! ;)


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3 comments:

Solo said...

DAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMN!!!! Just another day in Airborne Freakin' Paradise! I do get some perks from reading about what you guys go through. No matter what kind of day I have, I can come home at the end of it and say, "It was a good one".

David M said...

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Haole Wahine said...

Oh, those were the good old days, weren't they.

WHAT IN THE WORLD AM I SAYING !!!!! You scared the living daylights out of me, and still we kept coming back to check on you.

Keep up the good work, SGT.