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Back from Iraq

Its interesting when you deploy to a foreign country while in the military. You train to fight and plan on doing your job. What you get is eye opening experience that will change a part of you forever. What you get is the full deal.

Bad stuff happened in Iraq, stuff Adam Reuter doesn't want to talk about. Not with his friends,

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What do you have planned for tomorrow?

Nov_29_2  Your servicemembers have an already forgotten Thanksgiving holiday in their past, at those who didn’t get sick from the chow. They are the kid from down the street who use to mow your grass is now awaking in the cold Iraq morning. He probably was sound asleep but why wouldn’t he although distant IEDs went off and perhaps a mortar attack or two.

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The hunted just became the hunters

Ipolice Iraqi Police in Fallujah, in response to a murder and intimidation campaign against them by insurgents, formed a Special Missions Group to hunt down, capture or kill terrorists in this city. The platoon-sized team recently finished initial training with Marine police advisors here and will soon be on the hunt.

Iraqi cops once feared to patrol the streets of their own city. Not now. No longer will insurgents freely target Iraqi Police for assassination in their homes. Now, Iraqi Police Special Missions Group will target them.

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Go Figure!

Aljazera I just love reading BS on certain websites and blogs. Take for instance the  BGN (Bad Guy Network) Al Jazeera wweb site. Although one story told about a US F16 crashing today in Iraq the BGN told of course how it was shot down by them using small arms. Um guys, small arms and F16s just never meet. Something about a pointy nosed ass rocked going the sound of speed and a large slow AK round.  Oh well we shouldnt be surprised.

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Happy Thanksgiving America!


Rain. Much like today, last year in Iraq was a typical day. We had received mortar fire the night before and were on our toes because we knew the scumbags knew it was “our” holiday season as Ramadan had just ended and we figured they would try a nice assault on the base. It was quiet, too quiet with the type of silence you hear at night when you can hear the blood rushing through your ears.

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Reasons to be Thankful-Heroes Call

Below are only a few of the warriors who have given all in the fight against terrorism. Who volunteered to serve their country, deployed to fight an enemy who wants to end the way we live in America. The most recent loss is not only another warrior but an AnyMarine contact as well-Semper Fidelis warrior, you are why we are thankful during the holiday season!

Maj P


LCpl Mike Scholl, 21, of Lincoln, Neb., died Nov. 14 from wounds sustained while conducting combat operations in Al Anbar province, Iraq. He was assigned to 2nd Battalion, 3rd Marine Regiment, 3rd Marine Division, III Marine Expeditionary Force, Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

"It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died.
Rather we should thank God that such men lived.
George S. Patton

Marines honor two fallen Marines-Heroes Call

Warriors_gone CAMP BAHARIA, Iraq (Nov. 11, 2006) - Marines with 1st Battalion, 24th Marine Regiment paused to honor two men who gave their lives for the cost of freedom.

The unit held a memorial service for Lance Cpl. Troy D. Nealey and Lance Cpl. Minhee Kim at Camp Baharia Nov 11.

Nealey was a 24-year-old rifleman from Eaton Rapids, Mich. , and Kim was a 20-year-old rifleman from Ann Arbor , Mich. Both Marines were assigned to C Company, 1st Battalion, 24th Marine Regiment.

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RCT-5’s fighting guru is no better friend, no worse enemy

Kessler CAMP FALLUJAH, Iraq (Nov. 16, 2006) - Don't let the tattoos, bald scalp and bulging muscles fool you. Staff Sgt. Christopher T. Kessler isn't just a tough guy. He's a born fighter.

The 30-year-old communications chief from San Fernando Valley , Calif. , assigned to Regimental Combat Team 5's Headquarters Company, is a black belt instructor trainer and chief instructor for RCT-5's Marine Corps Martial Arts Program.

He is not a Marine to meet in a dark alley.

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Marines honor a fallen hero-Heroes Call

Fallen_hero CAMP HABBANIYAH, Iraq  - Marines from 3rd Battalion, 2nd Marine Regiment paused their combat operations to honor a fallen hero at the chapel during a memorial service here Nov. 16.

Lance Cpl. James E. Brown, 20, of Gibson , Ind. , was killed in action Nov. 2 while conducting combat operations in the Habbaniyah area.

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