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» "He came here to make a difference" from sisu
It's one of those experiences that really gives one hope, writes Major K of his visit to the Mini-NCO Academy set up by 1st Brigade with the help of their MiTT Team a few weeks ago. This Academy was [Read More]

» "He came here to make a difference" from sisu
It's one of those experiences that really gives one hope, writes Major K of his visit to the Mini-NCO Academy set up by 1st Brigade with the help of their MiTT Team a few weeks ago. This Academy was [Read More]

» "He came here to make a difference" from sisu
It's one of those experiences that really gives one hope, writes Major K of his visit to the Mini-NCO Academy set up by 1st Brigade with the help of their MiTT Team a few weeks ago. This Academy was [Read More]

» "He came here to make a difference" from sisu
It's one of those experiences that really gives one hope, writes Major K of his visit to the Mini-NCO Academy set up by 1st Brigade with the help of their MiTT Team a few weeks ago. This Academy was [Read More]

» "He came here to make a difference" from Red State Rant
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Comments

Streeter

Sir, I could never thank you enough for your work.

MKL

Thanks for the pictures, I'm very glad to see the Iraqis standing up more and more. I was wondering what the female NCOs are teaching?

Major K.

The classes I witnessed taught by females were leadership and ethics.

Kris

Is it wise (opsec?) to post pictures of these persons online? Doesnt that make them an easier target for the insurgents?

(and keep up the good work)

Sissy Willis

Building backbone, one vertebra at a time. Awesome.

Yankee PaPa

..Excellant K..an oustanding story to say the least..Hard work and determination will always pay off in the end..I see the 'student' with the Color Staff hoping he really understands what that represents..A free and proud people..Thank You for all your hard work..

Yankee PaPa

..I swear at a closer look that "Trainee" standing behind the Iraqi with theUnit Staff looks just like my old Marine Corps Drill Instructor..Sgt. "The Ace Tracer" Carter..but naw..it can't be..But he does look tall at attention..Semper Fi K..

HomefrontSix

Absolutely wonderful. Man, I wish the MSM would pick up on this stuff. Thanks - for everything.

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