News from Baghdad

A small spot to describe to a certain extent what it is like for the soldiers here in Iraq. I must remain anonymous as there may be some who would view this as an "official" posting, however, it is not. Just some personal views on the politics and public views in this war that has been to oftentimes tainted by the sensationalism of the media.

Location: Home, United States

I enjoy my job to the fullest, regardless of the political climate at any particular time. My family and my soldiers are the central focal point of my existence as well as my religious viewpoints.

Monday, May 16, 2005

Baghdad July 2004 Posted by Hello


Blogger OSAPian said...

Jay, its nice to see you back and still blogging. Once again, welcome home and thanks for keeping us safe.

USA: 1975-1981
CAL ARNG: 1983-1990, 2001-2005

6:54 AM  
Blogger Saija said...

i just happened by through MaggieAnn's blog ... it is always great that a soldier gets home safe and sound ...

three cheers for you ... may the Lord richly bless your service ...

6:21 AM  
Blogger Leslie said...


You are quite a writer! Thank you for sharing with the rest of us, and welcome home to the U.S.A.!!! God bless you and thank you for your service for me and my children!

4:37 AM  
Blogger Leslie said...

Hey Jay, welcome home. Really enjoyed reading your posts. You are a brave man, and a real kind human being. Great job, soldier, and thank you!

4:38 AM  
Blogger Pat in NC said...

My thanks to you for your service as I recall past and current military who have and are protecting our nation.

7:10 PM  
Anonymous Wild Thing said...

You are so right, I agree with you. We are safer now becuase of what you and the rest of our troops are doing. I wish there was a way to thank you more then just those words, because it means so VERY much.
Thank you too for having this blog to get a chance to thank you and read your thoughts and the sharing you do on here for us.
Those that protest, those that truly do not want to face the reason that they are free and give credit to our military that fought to give us this freedom, they will never know the tears of pride when seeing our Flag, when meeting someone in our Military, or a Veteran and how special it is to say Thank you for what you did for all of us here in America.

1:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

this blog really opened my eyes; to hear from someone who's been there instead of media made it hit home, i spent time in the nam and recently bosnia. bosnia of course was a walkon for nato, but still proud to have been there to stop the killing of others great blog glad to see you're home safe and somewhat sound although sound you will not know until you have time to readjust

5:38 AM  
Anonymous va refinance loan said...

God Bless.

6:59 AM  
Anonymous va purchase loan said...

Thanks for the service.

6:59 AM  

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