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Independence Day : Military OutlookLadies and Gentlemen,Independence Day : Military Outlook by projektDREAM
Many of you sit here and say to each other "Happy 4th!" without the full realization of what that means. To many of you it is just another holiday. I'm not saying that is something wrong in any way, it is well enough in my mind that you are celebrating the United State's independence in this holiday. But I came here today to inform you of something you really might not think about, which is understandable because of the busy schedules of what has become such a thriving world. Cheering as you see the fireworks and drink your beer the only thing that really comes to mind is the friends, family, and good times that surround you. Again I see nothing wrong with this, as I would be doing the same thing if I were there.
What I've come to say is simply this:
There are men and women, stationed all over the globe, staying up the long hours of every day and night. Fighting, Enforcing, Helping, Protecting, Watching, Guarding, and doing everything th
Exposure On : Military PhotographersNow during my time here on dA since I've gotten "back into the game". I've come to realize there isn't too much noticed work from the military side of the board. And I just wanted to show my appreciation to my brothers in arms not only for their service, but also for capturing what is really going on from their perspective. Not something the mainstream media has gotten their hands on and twisted.Exposure On : Military Photographers by projektDREAM
Ladies and Gentlemen, from where I am in country (Iraq) right now I'll have you know. For the most part all of the attacks and bombings have come very close to stopping. I've been working with Iraqi Security Forces, Iraqi Police and Iraqi Army, or not going out at all. What I mean by that is; We really aren't going out as "American Troops" in our area, we're simply going out to re-enforce the local forces. And to help them learn the proper way of doing things. The area I'm in used to be the most disastrous and violent area's in Iraq. Now I have children come up to me and remember my first name