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A Song

Well things here have really changed. It went from a cool and breezy average temperature of 90 to about 117 in a couple of weeks. It is so hot that I don’t even want to go outside. I have a new appreciation of my air conditioned operations center and definitely … Read the...

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Seventy Eight Days to Go

Hello all, Things have been crazy for the past four weeks. The good news is that enemy activity has been low and the work is getting all the paperwork done. I think a wise man said, “No job is done until the paperwork is done.” I have been in northern … Read the rest

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News from Iraq

Fellow Rotarians, I am truly sorry that I have not written since I have been back from leave but things have been very busy. As soon as I got back we were in full swing with the elections preparations and support operations. Although there was a lot of insurgent activity … Read the rest

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Christmas Update

Merry Christmas to all, Since I last wrote there have been two rounds of large bombings, more political posturing, and a general tension leading up to the elections. Despite this, things are still progressing. Unfortunately, if I were not here, I would probably not know. The events in Iraq have … Read the...

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Schwarzenegger Visit

Fellow Rotarians, The past two weeks have gone by in a whirlwind. We are preparing a plan to completely change the focus of and re-engage the Police Transition Teams. The objective is to turn the training from being general in nature to a more focused effort in improving their weaknesses … Read the...

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Veteran’s Day

“The liberties of our country, the freedom of our civil Constitution, are worth defending at all hazards; and it is our duty to defend them against all attacks. We have received them as a fair inheritance from our worthy ancestors: they purchased them for us with toil and danger and … Read the...

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