While America settles in for the political quagmire for the upcoming National Elections, I, Snooper, will continue blogging the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan to remind everyone that passes this way how the political charlatans on both sides of the aisle have shafted our troops at every turn and every opportunity.
Their actions are unforgivable. Their actions are unforgettable. I will continue the onslaught that they so richly deserve. I don't need opinion polls to tell me how they screwed my brothers and sisters and now son, in arms.
From A Soldier's Perspective, we have the following. I don't like Rap Music for the obvious reasons but I am going to have to reconsider.
As a young child, Soldier Hard knew that he would one day become a soldier in the United States Army. Coming from a military family he grew up around the American GI lifestyle. Upon graduating from Hogan High School in Vallejo, California, he enlisted with the United States Army as an Armor Crewmen (19K) on a M1A1 main battle tank. Soldier Hard served with B Co. 1/67th Armor Ft. Hood TX and A Co. 2/70th Ft. Riley KS. Soldier Hard was deployed to Kuwait in support of Operation Southern Watch with the 67th Armor Regiment and left the Army after six years of serving his country to pursue a career in music.Check out the video and spread it far and wide. We have it in our VODPOD.
Three short years later, Soldier Hard enlisted again, as a result of the events of Septmeber 11, 2001. As the Battalion's Executive Officer's gunner on a M1A1 Main Battle Tank for the HHC 1/149th Armor Regiment, Soldier Hard's main objective was to deploy to Iraq and do his part in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. On August 2005, Soldier Hard was deployed to Iraq, postponing his dream of a musical career and putting his life on hold to pursue his mission of defending freedom.
While in Iraq, Soldier Hard was assigned and attached to C BTRY 1-377th FA out of Fort Bragg, North Carolina. There he served as a Lead Vehicle Truck Commander with the mission of Convoy Security. After spending one year in Iraq, providing convoy security, Soldier Hard was asked to become a Convoy Operations Instructor at Fort Bliss, Texas. Instructing soldiers, sailors, and airmen who are deploying to Iraq. It is with his new position he was able to make time for his interest in music and passion for his country. [...] (visit the site to read the rest)