Related Videos

Viewed : 8309
Viewed : 5899
Viewed : 5649
Viewed : 6245
Viewed : 5752
Viewed : 5446
Viewed : 5568
Viewed : 7832
Previous12345Next
Comments (7)add comment

Stefano said:

Slooow
Thakns for it, but connection is .. oh, my! Go to youtube and enjoy
 
April 09, 2010
Votes: +0

Ken Raimondi said:

Linda
Wow... that is exactly what we wanted to accomplish with this project...A well rounded picture of the people and mission in Afghanistan. Thanks for the post! smilies/smiley.gif
 
February 28, 2010
Votes: +0

dennis said:

Germans
Well what little I could see of the video.( Windows says there is a error )The Germans don't wish there army to be there. Thanks guys for the effort tho.
 
February 27, 2010
Votes: +0

Dale said:

Very informative
I just came across your site and an very impressed with your "mission" and the clarity of your reporting and the insights we can gain from it. I will add 30Days to my must read sites - right along Michael Yon's. Stay safe.
 
February 27, 2010
Votes: +0

Tom Cronin said:

American Citizen
Thanks so much for doing this. It has given me a new and enlightened prospective on the efforts underway in Afghanistan.
But most of all thank you for your service to our country.
I really think we have new momentum towards our ultimately goal of getting you home, but also leaving a country that has a sense of freedom and self-determination.
Best of luck!
 
February 27, 2010
Votes: +1

Nathan Gallahan said:

Linda,
Thank you so much for the kind words and being one of our most active conversation participants! Everyones comments are really what fuels Ken and I through these bruttally long days and nights. We eagerly jump on the internet at ever opportunity to see what the latest and greatest comments have been and keep them in mind as we're traveling around! Sorry the photos have been a little on the missing side the last few days, we've been stuck in the camp for a couple days, and I'm not exactly sure what all of you want to see! smilies/cheesy.gif
 
February 27, 2010
Votes: +0

Linda Carter said:

The format of the Vblog, blog, and pictures gives such a well-rounded scope of this project.
I have had a little trouble lately viewing the Vblog for his site; however, I have now figured out how to locate the daily videos on YouTube. I had gotten a little spoiled to being able to get everything from this one site... helped get me out of my comfort zone. But... hey, I have stayed up and put in many hours to get caught up on the videos and I am "back on track." In my opinion, I must say the format of this project (Vblog, blog, and photos) you two have developed makes this experience so much more interesting and valuable. I love to watch the video lst, then the photos, and then the blog; it really helps me experience a full array of emotions and thoughts. Of course, I must not leave out all that you have offered in the "Forum" area... which recently, I have been trying to stay out of--as I want to carefully monitor my own emotions and hear what others are saying as well. I, like many others, have a great stake in this war and really do want to understand all that I can about the war and Afghanistan. I am a parent among many, which has a child that is dedicated to protecting our country and helping to protect and liberate other oppressed countries like Afghanistan. Most parents of the troops participating, like our children, want to see Afghanistan be able to stand on her own, free from oppression of evil foes--as well as flourish and prosper. And most of all we want to see this conflict come to an end, so that all those affected can return to their families in their respective homelands and the citizens of Astan can get on with living their lives outside of the ravages of war. Your multifaceted, interactive format of reporting is hopefully a “trendsetter” for future reporting. As you have demonstrated in this project, this is a very engaging way of reporting and will have a lasting impact on those participating. Maybe, important world events no longer have to just be a fleeting story on the nightly news, major and cable networks. Thanks for your vision, implementation, and passion you have all put forth in making this project a reality… and most of all allowing so many to interactively participate.
 
February 27, 2010
Votes: +0

Write comment
You must be logged in to post a comment. Please register if you do not have an account yet.

busy