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When I was last here two years ago, helicopters crowded the runways and fixed-wing aircraft were –- well, if not rare, still a notable sight.Today you’ve got C-17s, Predators, F-16s, F-15s, MC-12 passenger planes …
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It's time to make new resolutions to change things about ourselves that we are less fond of, and time to reaffirm the things that have positively changed in our lives over the last year.
Hopefully, you and your service member had a discussion during pre-deployment about how often you'll communicate while he's gone.
If you didn't do this before he left, it's not too late to try to establish these expectations now.
Disney Drive, the main thoroughfare that rings the eight-square-mile base, used to feature pedestrians with reflective sashes over their PT uniforms carrying Styrofoam boxes of leftovers out of the mess halls. But now the western part of Disney is a two-lane parking lot of Humvees, flamboyant cargo big-rigs from Pakistan known as jingle trucks, yellow DHL shipping vans, contractor vehicles and mud-caked flatbeds.
If the Navy could figure out a way to bring a littoral-combat ship to a landlocked country, it would idle on Disney. West Disney has a fresh coat of cement –- something that’s easy to come by, now that the Turkish firm Yukcel manufactures cement right inside Bagram’s walls. The omnipresent plastic banner on a girder-and-cement seedling advertising a new project built by cut-rate labor paid by Inglett and Stubbs International.
Yes, I just spent every day for months with them, but I can talk openly with them.