Friday, March 18, 2005

Salutations, St. Pats, Demobilize, MVACIS, links

Auf Wiedersehen Kaiserslautern. Salam, Kandahar, Afghanistan.

Yesterday I went out to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with a pint at the local Irish cultural center: Thirsty Nellies. What started with one pint ended up with five to six pints and equal amounts of Irish whiskey. Oh well, thank God that we could sleep in and just drag our rucks and duffle bags to the barracks this morning.

Now we are watching DVDs waiting to catch our flight out.

It looks like most of the fighters in Afghanistan are hanging their weapons up and going to live peaceful lives. This will make it easier to find al Queada and the Taliban, since the only heavy weapons with be in the Afghan National Army.

Here is another piece of equipment that I might use: MVACIS.

If you link you me, I feel out of common courtesy to link back, so here is somebody new: The Primary Main Objective...

Here are more links that are related to Afghanistan.

Combine Force Command – Afghanistan, US Forces news that you never will see in the media.
Xavier An Afghanistan Vacation (Deployment)
A National Guard Exprence
Special Forces Alpha Geek

Blogs or web sites by Afghans
Afghan Pundit Blog
The American Institute of Afghanistan Studies
Afghan Women's Writing
Afghanistan Digital Library (NYU)
Association for the Protection of Afghan Archaeology
Afghan Communicator
Lemar Aftaab
Farda Magazine
Afghan Music in the North
Afghanistan Justice Project Afghanistan
Institute for War and Peace Reporting
Afghanistan Research and Evaluation Unit
Internews Afghanistan
I will move these links to the left in a week or two.
Thanks Mike and Tink for the help!


Blogger Chevy Rose said...

Hi, I've got you linked on my site, hope you don't mind. God bless and stay safe.

5:09 PM  
Blogger Tink said...


I hope this finds you safely in the 'stan, and that your loooong plane rides passed quickly.:)

Keep us posted and stay safe.

8:32 AM  
Blogger The National Guard Experience said...

B, I just saw a link to my blog on your web site. Thanks for taking the time to add it. Good luck in Afghanistan! I've already been gone from home for over a year counting the mobilization, and still have many more to go.


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