Bill Roggio assesses the State of the Jihad.
Michael Yon reflects on Christmas in Kuwait (And Qatar, and Hanoi, and Singapore, and Jakarta).
JR is healing really well but still trying to manage the pain. I can tell you that he and his wife are some of the most positive people in the world. Hopefully, JR will be blogging his recovery so (1) the guys back in Iraq know how he’s doing and (2) he records his journey to recovery.
He’s got a Valour-IT laptop but not the software or training yet (coming soon) so that he can blog more soon. I think he’s got a lot to talk about.
Husker in Baghdad sends a message of hope from Iraq:
As a member of the Army engineer forces, there is no place I’d rather be than here in the midst of the toughest engineering challenge of my generation. As a proud NCO and patriot, I count myself fortunate to be standing in the midst of heroes. As a public affairs officer, I am privileged to convey their stories to those willing to hear.
While I may be thousands of miles from my familiar holiday surrounding, and while I may miss those at home whom I love dearly, at this time, for these reasons, there is no place I would rather be.
Christmas is a time for a renewed promise for tomorrow, for rebirth, for generosity, and for peace on earth to men of goodwill. Christmas is also a time for family. For the moment, I am privileged to be part of a very dynamic and committed family here in Iraq.
All things considering, Christmas in Baghdad is not a bad place to be.
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