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Looking Back: An exciting blog by the 34th ID

Posted by Daniel Sauerwein on June 11, 2009

I was contacted earlier today by a member of the 34th ID serving in Iraq (I will not release their name unless requested by the person, as I do not want to unintentionally place them in danger), who asked me to consider linking to their blog Looking Back. I will happily do so and will seek to place a link in the sidebar somewhere and on the Links page as well. Though it is a relatively new blog, I sense great things from it and encourage you all to check it out.

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One Response to “Looking Back: An exciting blog by the 34th ID”

  1. Pam Walter said

    Looking Back seems like it will be very interesting. I agree with you…something to watch.

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