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  • One American's History
    This my personal blog focusing on one of my hobbies. Most of my vacations include a historical side trip.
  • Gen X in Iraq
    This is my blog I maintained while I was in Iraq.
  • Leadership Now
    I have been reading and studying the concept of emotional intelligence for some time. This blog promotes a leadership style based on relationships and emotional intelligence.
  • Kaat's Korner
    This is a baseball blog. Be warned it does belong to a Yankee's fan, but it is an interesting read.
  • Sandbox Chad: Should Have Read the Fine Print
    This is a friend of mine from the same reserve unit. He went through Narmy training but did not have to go to Kuwait for additional training. He will be serving with CENTCOM.
  • Salam Pax: The Baghdad Blogger
    For a view outside the wire in the "red zone", I recommend Salam's blog. He has achieved celebrity status for his blogging...and he demonstrates a great Gen X style sense of humor.
  • Adam: From DC to Afgahnistan
    This blog is another Navy Reservist IA who is a Public Affairs Officer assigned to Afghanistan.
  • Jenx67
    This is a great blog with information on Gen X.

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March 01, 2010

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jen

just as you were coming home my 29-year-old nephew was leaving for Iraq. He's there now - guarding the Embassy last I heard.

MidnightMustang

Jen, if your nephew is at the embassy, he is in a good spot. The Marines fall under the Department of State and have a much higher quality of life than the rest of the military. They can drink and have their own comfortable quarters. it should be a great assignment for him.

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