Tag Archives: Josh Boyer

Jake’s OIF War Journal 17: The War is Over!

Wow, and everyone said George W. Bush called it too early. I think I was just being hopeful. I wrote this three days after Saddam’s statue came down in Firdos Square and I had been at Baghdad International Airport for … Continue reading

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Jake’s OIF War Journal 9: Sleeping in a Stream

Before you read this, I want to apologize, because the end is a little bit of me staring up my own arse. Having not read further, I recall that I did a little of that in here. I feel like … Continue reading

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Jake’s OIF War Journal 7: Still in Jalibah

So where were we? Oh right, I’m in Jalibah. Land of exploding turds and an eventual Martian dust storm. Read on … 24 March 03 Still here at the airfield. We were only supposed to be here 15-20 hours, and … Continue reading

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Jake’s OIF War Journal 5.1: Brother Josh Takes Over

This time in “Jake’s OIF War Journal,” something completely different. I asked my brother, Josh, to write a little bit about his side of the Kuwait waiting experience. He was there as a Marine infantryman, so I figure this will … Continue reading

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