I'm sure this won't be a popular stamp, but there again, I don't really care. I am proud to be an American, I'm proud of the values our country was founded on, founded on, not keeps. I am ashamed of our government, I'm ashamed of the state our country is in. I'm ashamed of our foreign policy, I'm ashamed of our policies towards our own people, I think our government is a sham that couldn't give less of a shit about the American people, it's soldiers, or our brothers and sisters in other countries. If I could, I would apologize to Russia for the idiotic ' punishing parent' our politicians have had towards them, I would apologize to the people over seas who's family members we've killed and who's lives we've destroyed. I support the troops, I pray that God brings them home safely, I thank their families for their sacrifice but seriously, someone needs to slap some of those fucking idiots in Washington. If you want to use this, just use it.
Combat Camera-ing like a boss. Gotta thank the bearded ginger for taking photos of the camera person while they're capturing video.
This was my first Air Insertion mission with 4-4 Cav. back in October of 2011. The body armor for the camera is awesome when you're having to leap on and over grape rows. That poor camera got beat to hell out there.
Alright! Wassup everyone, I haven't posted anything lately, so I decided to draw a little tribute to Halo 4. This is the first time I drew Master Chiefs and Cortanas new looks. I like how it came out, but I wish I would have added a little more detail to Cortana. Halo 4 is gona be sick.
Oh, the things you find when re-organizing your 2TB hard drive from Afghanistan. xD
One of the interpreters shot this of me when I was talking with a handful of local women and their husbands. They were so shocked to see a female soldier (one of the men offered our 'terp 10,000 AFS and a goat for me xD) and moreso when they found out that I left a two year-old boy back home.
It was nice to just sit back and chat while feeding and playing with this little six month-old baby - a little bit of normalcy snatched in the middle of the war.