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Old 07-04-2007, 10:43 AM   #16
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i didnt realize how good that was. but no one tops whitney( sorry, i dont know how to post a link)
Whitney's version will always be the best.

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Old 07-04-2007, 01:22 PM   #17
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thank you ladybrave, and good afternoon hessy
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Old 07-04-2007, 01:58 PM   #18
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No one can ever top Whitney!
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Old 07-04-2007, 02:26 PM   #19
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No one can ever top Whitney!

Maybe Bobby!

How many parties going on today.
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Old 07-04-2007, 03:17 PM   #20
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Re: Happy Birthday America!

This is from another forum I post on and was written by a soldier late last night in IRAQ!

What did you do for 4th of July? Did your company celebrate?
Mine did.




Today my company escorted EOD to a cache site, we secured 300 plus, 20 gal drums of nitric acid (used by the insurgents to make explosive ), found and command detonated an IED, received a few rounds of small arms fire (sounds like fire crackers you may have heard at your local block party, but slightly different) and that was before 11:00 in the afternoon.

For the rest of the day we will patrol our local area, meet with various local nationals, drink some chi, get a few tips on caches and IED’s . Conduct recon and patrols to those locations, maybe drop off some toys to a few select kids we see, water to a family whose father and sons have been killed, detained, or just disappeared.. Most likely all will go as planned and my three platoons will be safe and sound for the next 24 hours, they will swap duties in the morning, 1 to refit, 1 to EOD escort, 1 to patrol our Area of operations… Two soldiers that left Fort Hood with our company 7 months ago could not participate in today’s events.. They are with us, in our hearts, but they no longer patrol in 65 pounds of gear, in 113 deg heat.

That is how my company spent the Fourth of July.

When you are eating your burgers, steaks and hot dogs, relaxing while you visit with friends, work on the yard project, wrench on that bike, or enjoy the long weekend ride. Know that, the news program you watched, newspaper you read is mostly wrong.. We are not broken, we are not beat. My soldiers fight as hard today as they did yesterday, and the days before that. Jealous maybe that many are home and they are not, but strong in our duty every day, to include the 4th of July.

Today my company celebrated.. . it looks like we will all make it to the 5th
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Re: Happy Birthday America!

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This is from another forum I post on and was written by a soldier late last night in IRAQ!

What did you do for 4th of July? Did your company celebrate?
Mine did.




Today my company escorted EOD to a cache site, we secured 300 plus, 20 gal drums of nitric acid (used by the insurgents to make explosive ), found and command detonated an IED, received a few rounds of small arms fire (sounds like fire crackers you may have heard at your local block party, but slightly different) and that was before 11:00 in the afternoon.

For the rest of the day we will patrol our local area, meet with various local nationals, drink some chi, get a few tips on caches and IED’s . Conduct recon and patrols to those locations, maybe drop off some toys to a few select kids we see, water to a family whose father and sons have been killed, detained, or just disappeared.. Most likely all will go as planned and my three platoons will be safe and sound for the next 24 hours, they will swap duties in the morning, 1 to refit, 1 to EOD escort, 1 to patrol our Area of operations… Two soldiers that left Fort Hood with our company 7 months ago could not participate in today’s events.. They are with us, in our hearts, but they no longer patrol in 65 pounds of gear, in 113 deg heat.

That is how my company spent the Fourth of July.

When you are eating your burgers, steaks and hot dogs, relaxing while you visit with friends, work on the yard project, wrench on that bike, or enjoy the long weekend ride. Know that, the news program you watched, newspaper you read is mostly wrong.. We are not broken, we are not beat. My soldiers fight as hard today as they did yesterday, and the days before that. Jealous maybe that many are home and they are not, but strong in our duty every day, to include the 4th of July.

Today my company celebrated.. . it looks like we will all make it to the 5th


OOOOO RAH!!!
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Old 07-04-2007, 10:49 PM   #22
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Well I said Happy Birthday and displayed my Patriotism by showing up to work this evening.

It is days like today that reminds me that there are thousands of Service Men and Women who are away from their homes trying to secure the freedoms of others. My heart and best wishes go out to all of the familys that have loved ones deployed right now and the Servicemembers themselves. Stay safe Guys we love you all miss you all and God willing we would like to see you back in one piece. HOAH!
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