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March 13, 2006

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Kat in GA

Wonderful post, beautifully written. *wipes away tears*

We are over here in GA, praying for all of y'all...soldiers, families, EVERYONE.

JP

It's great to find a new milblog just getting started. I just featured you as Milblogger of the Week on Milblogging.com. Cheers!

Kat in GA

Good job, JP! :) I tried to send my five or six blog readers over thisaway, too. Maybe with your 7 or 8 readers , we can get the Chaplain a virtual congregation of supporters! ;-)

God bless you, Chaplain - u r in our prayers.

Tim Leever

Nice to see your BLOG. I will check in from time to time to see how my fellow chaplain is doing. Another book for you to read is _Jefferson's War_. It will give you an insight into our history in fighting Muslim radicals.

beanfeld

Thank you for this message--my husband sent it to me from where he is now and I am going to read it to our children. My girls are sad, so this has come at just the right time. God bless you for what you are doing.

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