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Thanks for the links and all you do.
Jeanette-OK teacher


Scott, I have just found your blog and could not think of a better way to spend a bit of my 4th of July morning. All I can say is thank you and keep up the good work on our our country.


Boy, I couldn't even say that...All I can say is 'Thank you and keep up the good work on behalf of our country.'


Hi Scott.

Great Blog...great pics...I wish I had found this blog much sooner.
Even though you will be back oh home soil soon...I think you would still make a valuable contribution to Michael Yon's Frontline Forum.

There are a couple of contributors who have returned from their tours of duty, and who share stories they wrote while in theatre..but that they never got around to posting.

Michael is a writer, a Florida boy and he spent a month in Afghanistan a while back..so you have alot in common.

If you feel so inclined, please Drop him a line at Michaelyoniraq@hotmail.com and let him know "Danger Girl" sent you and let him know if your interested in contributing a piece or two to Frontline Forum.

Mike is a dear friend, and I know he would welcome your contribution.

I'll give him a heads up.

FYI - Major Arnold Strong is now at Camp Phoenix, and will has begun blogging from there, in case you are interested in keep up on whats happening after you return home, he blog is titled Strong Ideas http://majorstrong.blogspot.com/

Thank you for your service and your sacrifices.

Based on what I've read I have no doubt that your hope of working for the Washington Times or World Magazine will turn into reality.

Stay safe.


Happy Fourth of July, soldier! Thank you for everything you have done for our country- and for our freedom. We are so very proud of you. Your blog has made those of us at home feel as though you were not so far away. Thank you, again, for everything!


I found your blog yesterday and have just finished reading through the archives. You have a wonderful way with words, and your pictures are amazing, too!

My brother just arrived in Afghanistan a few weeks ago, so your stories and pictures have helped give me an idea of what life might be like for him.

Thank you for that, and thank you for sharing your writing with us. Enjoy going home and getting back to "normal" life! :)


I just found your blog tonight and love reading it. Thank-you. Martha


I would like to ask you some questions about Camp Phoenix... I am go to be deployed there in June. Thank you.

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