Good News – Soldiers Detain Suspected Terrorists

Soldiers Detain Suspected Terrorists, Secure Enemy Weapons Caches

WASHINGTON, Jan. 13, 2006 – Coalition forces in Iraq yesterday found and destroyed weapons caches, detained terrorist suspects, and recovered the remains of a terrorist bomber who inadvertently killed himself, U.S. military officials there reported.

These terrorists were trying to hit guys in our division. No troops injured, terrorists caught, and a weapons cache captured.

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  1. Beth says:

    Hi. I’ve enjoyed reading your blog tonight. My son is currently in Germany and is due to be deployed in the spring.

    He came home and got married in August, but he and his new wife have spent very little time together as she doesn’t want to live in Germany. He’s stationed there for 4 years and had to add another year on to get her command sponsorship – so I don’t know how that’s going to end up (actually, I have an idea, but I’m trying to think positively! lol)

    I laughed at your statement about the higher sperm count of men about to be deployed – I’ve heard that before and think there is probably something to it.

    I added you to the Blue Star Blogroll – if you want a button or banner for the blogroll come on over and get one.

    Thanks for what you and your husband are doing for our country.

    Beth

  2. Beth says:

    Hi. I’ve enjoyed reading your blog tonight. My son is currently in Germany and is due to be deployed in the spring.

    He came home and got married in August, but he and his new wife have spent very little time together as she doesn’t want to live in Germany. He’s stationed there for 4 years and had to add another year on to get her command sponsorship – so I don’t know how that’s going to end up (actually, I have an idea, but I’m trying to think positively! lol)

    I laughed at your statement about the higher sperm count of men about to be deployed – I’ve heard that before and think there is probably something to it.

    I added you to the Blue Star Blogroll – if you want a button or banner for the blogroll come on over and get one.

    Thanks for what you and your husband are doing for our country.

    Beth

  3. Beth says:

    Hi. I’ve enjoyed reading your blog tonight. My son is currently in Germany and is due to be deployed in the spring.

    He came home and got married in August, but he and his new wife have spent very little time together as she doesn’t want to live in Germany. He’s stationed there for 4 years and had to add another year on to get her command sponsorship – so I don’t know how that’s going to end up (actually, I have an idea, but I’m trying to think positively! lol)

    I laughed at your statement about the higher sperm count of men about to be deployed – I’ve heard that before and think there is probably something to it.

    I added you to the Blue Star Blogroll – if you want a button or banner for the blogroll come on over and get one.

    Thanks for what you and your husband are doing for our country.

    Beth

  4. Beth says:

    Hi. I’ve enjoyed reading your blog tonight. My son is currently in Germany and is due to be deployed in the spring.

    He came home and got married in August, but he and his new wife have spent very little time together as she doesn’t want to live in Germany. He’s stationed there for 4 years and had to add another year on to get her command sponsorship – so I don’t know how that’s going to end up (actually, I have an idea, but I’m trying to think positively! lol)

    I laughed at your statement about the higher sperm count of men about to be deployed – I’ve heard that before and think there is probably something to it.

    I added you to the Blue Star Blogroll – if you want a button or banner for the blogroll come on over and get one.

    Thanks for what you and your husband are doing for our country.

    Beth

  5. Beth says:

    Hi. I’ve enjoyed reading your blog tonight. My son is currently in Germany and is due to be deployed in the spring.

    He came home and got married in August, but he and his new wife have spent very little time together as she doesn’t want to live in Germany. He’s stationed there for 4 years and had to add another year on to get her command sponsorship – so I don’t know how that’s going to end up (actually, I have an idea, but I’m trying to think positively! lol)

    I laughed at your statement about the higher sperm count of men about to be deployed – I’ve heard that before and think there is probably something to it.

    I added you to the Blue Star Blogroll – if you want a button or banner for the blogroll come on over and get one.

    Thanks for what you and your husband are doing for our country.

    Beth

  6. Thanks so much…I’ll definitely pop on over.

    That is odd that he lengthened her stay to get her command sponsored and now she will not move there.

    Hopefully it will work out.

    I would have jumped at the chance to live overseas, but to each her own!

  7. Thanks so much…I’ll definitely pop on over.

    That is odd that he lengthened her stay to get her command sponsored and now she will not move there.

    Hopefully it will work out.

    I would have jumped at the chance to live overseas, but to each her own!

  8. Thanks so much…I’ll definitely pop on over.

    That is odd that he lengthened her stay to get her command sponsored and now she will not move there.

    Hopefully it will work out.

    I would have jumped at the chance to live overseas, but to each her own!

  9. Thanks so much…I’ll definitely pop on over.

    That is odd that he lengthened her stay to get her command sponsored and now she will not move there.

    Hopefully it will work out.

    I would have jumped at the chance to live overseas, but to each her own!

  10. Thanks so much…I’ll definitely pop on over.

    That is odd that he lengthened her stay to get her command sponsored and now she will not move there.

    Hopefully it will work out.

    I would have jumped at the chance to live overseas, but to each her own!

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