26 January 2005


Sergeant Robert Appel, 210th Foward Support Battalion, teaches Iraqi National Guard soliders how to use an intravenous needle. Appel is training ING soldiers in many first aid techniques so they can save each other if an incident occured. Pic by Pfc. Matthew McLaughlin Posted by Hello

3 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, excellent website. A great Iraq resource is Deaths in Iraq. It breaks all of the casualties down by age, race, branch of the military, country, etc.

07 November, 2005 03:25  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey Im really proud of you guys it takes alot of courage to be over there and going through all the shit you have to go through every night and day and if my brother Roadkills (nickname)ever sees this i want him to know that we love and miss you and i cant wait till you get to come home every one misses and loves you alot!!!

05 December, 2005 23:35  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey Im really proud of you guys it takes alot of courage to be over there and going through all the shit you have to go through every night and day and if my brother Roadkills (nickname)ever sees this i want him to know that we love and miss you and i cant wait till you get to come home every one misses and loves you alot!!!

05 December, 2005 23:36  

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