Another superb Michael Yon despatch...

#2
Good reading, list of KIA at end is sobbering good to see that it lists all cas not just UK and US
 
#4
MODS - Can we have a permanent Michael Yon updates thread please?

These are popping up with sufficient regularity, and are sufficiently worthy of merit, especially for new-comers to the site that I think it does warrant it - perhaps even with Michael's direct assent.
 
#5
I'm getting old.

Seeing the photos and reading the dates my thought was that they were so young.

Was I that young when I wore the dark blue suit?
 
#6
He is a superb writer who captures the essence of the warrior. I hope others will feel led to donate some funds to his work.

Also,his photos of that Chinook are a grim reminder of the target signature of those engines for stingers and such.
 

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#7
Thanks for posting that Bravo2.

Good luck to Michael Yon - and all the folk in FOB Jackson.

Le Chevre
 
#8
Extremist said:
MODS - Can we have a permanent Michael Yon updates thread please?

These are popping up with sufficient regularity, and are sufficiently worthy of merit, especially for new-comers to the site that I think it does warrant it - perhaps even with Michael's direct assent.
Check to see who has been posting these of late... and he is well aware of ARRSE.
 
#10
Extremist said:
MODS - Can we have a permanent Michael Yon updates thread please?

These are popping up with sufficient regularity, and are sufficiently worthy of merit, especially for new-comers to the site that I think it does warrant it - perhaps even with Michael's direct assent.
I second this motion.
 
#12
God.it's dusty in here,but what an excellent way of commemorating the efforts of the two young men involved,and to name the 'halo' effect in the pictures.
 
#13
An excellent and sobering piece, that shows that the UK and US are not the only countries in Afghanistan to be losing their soldiers in this fight. :cry:

Keep them coming Michael, and thanks Bravo for posting it here.

And to all ISAF troops: keep up the good work, and keep your heads down.
 
#14
To save starting a new thread here is the linky to the latest Michael Yon dispatch. A truly awe inspiring effort to save the life of one British soldier.
 
#17
Makes some of the serious (as contrasted with the many hilarious ones) Septic slams by some on these forums seem a bit hollow.
 

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