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A group for anyone who is, was, wants to be, knows, or appreciates a military member with some kind of Albuquerque roots. All are welcome Army, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Coast Guard, National Guard, Retired, Reserve, and Civilian

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Comment by James of al-Barran on May 8, 2008 at 6:52pm
Chris, thanks for the information about Armed Forces Day.

"The Honors Soldier" is cute and she used to work for me. She's nice as the day is long, smart and has a good head on her shoulders. Here are a couple more pix of her.

This was taken when we were down on the border last year.
SPC Maggie Wickham

This is from the ammo supply point.
SPC Maggie Wickham
SPC Maggie Wickham

This was Combat Life Saver (CLS) training where we give each other IV's.
giving each other IV's
Comment by Chris on May 6, 2008 at 10:47am
This year May 17th marks Armed Forces Day. The day was created in 1949, and was a result of the consolidation of the military services in the Department of Defense. President Harry Truman proclaimed the first Armed Forces Day (AFD) on May 20, 1950. Every year since then, on the third Saturday in May we've honored the men and women who have served in uniform - in war and in peace - since the nation's founding.

But how do I celebrate Armed Forces Day?

#1 Attend an Armed Forces Day open house at a military base near you. Talk to the men and women on duty. Ask questions. Learn what it's like to serve these days.

#2 Go to an Armed Forces Day Scout Blast. If you don't have a scout in the family, find a friend who does and tag along. You'll see things like pinewood derbies, Civil and Revolutionary War reenactments, sports competitions, fireworks displays, kite flying, rock climbing, hang-glider and dog-team demonstrations.

#3 Contribute to the preservation of an historic fort near you. Pitch in at a cleanup, volunteer to help out at the next holiday celebration, or simply pop a check in the mail.

#4 Honor the spirit of today's all-volunteer military by lending a hand yourself. Join a literacy group and teach people to read. Sign on to help in a disaster-relief project. Help dish up food at your local soup kitchen. Give blood.

#5 Just say thanks to any veteran you see or know

Giving anything of yourself honors those who gave everything of themselves. This is not a holiday to ignore, lets not forget we are in war and there are those right now, 24 hours a day sacrificing everything for us.


"Only two defining forces have ever offered to die for you:
1. Jesus Christ
2. The American Soldier
One died for your soul, the other for your freedom."
Comment by Chris on May 6, 2008 at 10:27am
I have spent many a day at the coyote canyon site. I used to hold a contract with wackenhut and logged more hours on the ranges out there than i like to admit. Albuquerque still has one of the nicest ranges i've been to. Good to see pictures of it again, nothing beats sunny weather and a couple of thousand rounds down range.

And the honors soldier's kinda cute
Comment by James of al-Barran on May 5, 2008 at 8:55pm
So were down at the DOE range in Coyote canyon this weekend shooting and having fun...

CW4 Gwilt loading his magazines
SSG Dimmer gives a class on gunfighting
Shooting drills
MAJ Treadwell opening his lunch
Doc Ferrin manning the FMV
SFC Cordova and SFC Bouyer going to lunch...
Comment by James of al-Barran on May 1, 2008 at 7:37pm
SPC Paula

MK-19 40mm machine gun

SSG Julian on his MK-19
Comment by James of al-Barran on May 1, 2008 at 7:36pm
We went to White Sands last year to shoot 40mm and .50 cal.

the Ammo crew

the armorer with his machine guns

the ammo supply point
Comment by James of al-Barran on April 30, 2008 at 5:14pm
SPC Maggie Wickham on funeral Honors detail. They were on their way to the Sunport to receive the remains of a fallen New Mexico soldier.

SPC Maggie Wickham
Comment by Chris on April 28, 2008 at 11:13am
hey thanks for all the pics to the site...thats what its all about. Invite everyone you know, and keep coming by!!
Comment by James of al-Barran on April 23, 2008 at 9:46pm
this could get too fun for me too quick. thanks for making this group amigo ;-)

work in Santa Fe 008
Comment by James of al-Barran on April 23, 2008 at 9:43pm
now i see i can run home to momma flickr and get pix to post here i will do that.

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