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Wednesday, April 20, 2005

A soldier's words

Rightwingsparkle has the first installment of an interview with 2Slick a former Army Black Hawk Pilot who was deployed to Iraq. He also has a blog that I am going to check out frequently.

A great interview and I am looking forward to the second installment.

Be sure to check it out. I thought this question and answer were quite revealing:
What were the reporters on the ground like?

Usually friendly. Sometimes overbearing. Sometimes apologetic ("I know it sucks that we only cover the bad news, but we need paychecks, ya know?"). They pretty much dissappeared after the end of "major combat operations."

Nice to hear, but unfortunately, I seriously doubt the editors are apologetic about only covering the bad news.
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