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May 15, 2004


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The Army Times posts "Frontline Photos" daily. (They probably take the weekends off.)

There's some great "snapshots from the front" there.


Thank you so much, Rob . . . It's wicked important for the troops' morale and that of the folks back home they left behind...

"It's wicked important"

You are from Boston!

I'm going to post a few shots too.

(My trackback doesn't seem to be working, but I'll try to fix it so I can link back here.)

Saw the pics from Iraq. If this goes to Debbie, thanks for your service to our country. Stay safe and God Bless.

Awesome photos!

Another site I visit has more photos from a journalist who has been embedded with troops in Iraq. There are a lot of positive images there as well including many that show how much the Iraqi children love the American troops.


We need more of this. We need to shove it in the faces of the "nattering narrators" and say, "See! This is what's really going on! Get with the program or shut up, dweeb!"

If only.

My prayers and thoughts are with all of our soldiers. May God's loving arms surround each and every one of you and bring you home safely. Thank you for being willing to put your life on the line for my freedom. Sometimes we are guilty of not thinking about what our freedom has cost. I love you all for keeping me free and in a land where we have a right to love and talk about our Heavenly Father and our precious Lord and Savior.

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