Thursday, June 23, 2011

MOST DANGEROUS PART OF AFGHANISTAN: US MARINES TAKEOVER FROM BRITSH

US MARINES have taken over the most dangerous part of Afghanistan, Sangin, from the British who have pulled out of Afghanistan. Video shows what the US Marines are dealing with in this violent area.

4 comments:

greg said...

Hello Bill its Greg from Adelaide Australia here again,ive just been watching some more fine footage from the frontline..where the hell do you get this stuff?... you dont have to answer that mate!anyway i just wanted to ask you if there is a site where i can liase with the US troops in these war zones for the purpose of letting them know that your Australin friends are thinkinkg of them?.IE:like a penpal type scenario but on the internet.I also wanted to tell you my family has a history in the military dating back to the first waorld war..my grandfather, and my father..he was RAN..from 1956 untill the early sixties...my dad had some dealings with US military in that time,he told me he volunteered to conduct service with the US NAVY..but thats another story..my dad always spoke fondly of the American sevice men. by the way im 47 yrs old living with Teresa my partner of 17 yrs.Hope to talk again Bill...by for now..regaurds Greg.

Bill Corcoran said...

Hi Greg...Good hearing from you again. I get the videos I post on my blog from a wide variety of sources I have accumulated over the past three years since I started the blog. YouTube is probably one of my best sources. As for contacting the troops, I will see if I can find some link or way of doing it and post it here. Thanks for filling me in your family and my best to your partner Teresa. I'll let you know one way or the other if I find a way to contact the troops. All my best, Bill

Bill Corcoran said...

Hi Greg: Try this link to write to troops overseas:

http://www.dosomething.org/actnow/actionguide/join-or-organize-a-letter-writing-team-send-letters-our-troops

Bill Corcoran said...

Hi Greg: Here is a more refined link on how to write to troops:

http://www.dosomething.org/troops