Friday, 28 March 2008

Last Day in KAF

Today, Friday, 28 March should be my last full day in KAF. Of course, around here you just never know how the schedule will work out so it pays to remain flexible. Hopefully, I'll fly to BAF tomorrow to begin another stage of the redeployment process.

All "my" Jordanians are gone. They flew home to Jordan last night. Now I am truly out of a job. The new liaison officer for the Jordanian Armed Forces, LtCol Tom Collins, is in place at FOB Apache and doing a great job.

While I am waiting here I was thinking back over the last 18 months, from Camp Atterbury to FOB Apache. I didn't really start taking pictures until I began the trip to Afghanistan, but once I started I've managed to document the last 15 months pretty well. Here are just a few pictures of me from my time here in Afghanistan.

To me the deployment has been about the people I've met and the things we've been able to accomplish together. And as much as I've enjoyed my time here, it is time for me to get home and get reacquainted with my wife, Joyce and my daughters, Beckie and Katie and my son, Jeremy.

Until later.

Phillips, out.


















4 comments:

Haole Wahine said...

Memories . . .

Cute dog.

Leave it there.

David M said...

The Thunder Run has linked to this post in the blog post From the Front: 03/28/2008 News and Personal dispatches from the front lines.

Anonymous said...

Sir,
I am in a NG aviation unit that is currently getting ready to deploy to Afghanistan with a small group going to KAF. I am trying to get any information on the current living conditions in Salerno (Pictures of housing, internet , Phone, TV and the food or any other luxury's there might be? You can email me at
wayne.chritensen1@us.army.mil.
Thank you for any help you can provide.

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