Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Anbar Province, Al Asad

Arrived in Anbar Province via C-17 a few days ago. Al Asad is a large airbase built by Yugoslavia during the Iran-Iraq war. The perimeter of the base is around 25 miles, and I have only seen a fraction so far.
Still trying to acclimate to this part of the world. Last night was the first night I have slept since I got here, so things are looking up now!

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Glad you finally got some rest. Hope you're not sleeping in a tent. If you are, who knows were you would wake up with sand at.
ChiTown Sandy

Vanessa said...

Carl, God bless you, my friend! It's good to get a first hand update from you. Although, your Dad is doing a *wonderful* job keeping us all posted when you call.
That sleep thing can really mess a person up. Hopefully you are over that hump now?
On Christ the solid rock we stand, all other ground is sinking sand... there's a vivid word picture for ya'
Patrick and I are praying for you.
hugs
Nessa

Anonymous said...

Bless you for your service. I pray you stay safe. Thank you SO much for the sacrifice you and your family are making for your country.

Kathleen in Duluth, Georgia

Anonymous said...

Best wishes and keep safe during your duty tour. As retired military, I appreciate everything you all are doing over there. God Bless. My son will be deploying to Afghanistan next month.

Debby said...

I have a few relatives over their and I wish to "Thank You All" for the service you are doing for our country. God Bless you all and I keep praying for all your safety and a safe return home to your families.

Anonymous said...

Godspeed. Be safe and know that there are lots of Americans who thank you for your service and support you. Don't be fooled by what the media outlets report.
God Bless you and your family so that you can be reunited with them.

Annette said...

God Bless you and stay safe. That last comment is right, there are A LOT of us here at home that appreciate what you do and know that you do it to protect our FREEDOM!

Anonymous said...

God bless you and the rest of the men and women who are working with you! You have our full support and respect.
- Stan and Sharon in South Carolina