Ten a Day – 26

Here are another 10 from FOB Al Masaak for today’s Ten a Day.

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Thanks for looking!

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  1. kathruth says:

    Will you be returning to FOB Apache soon? If you are I have a question to ask you.
    Thanks for all your pictures, you do a great job.

    • danbohmer says:

      Yes, I dhould be there within the next day or two.

      • kathruth says:

        If you can, will you get hold of SQT Plunkett, Brian. See if you can take a picture of him, LT and the soldiers that been working with him. Maybe just say something about them, then post it. There is only a hand full that are there from 721st. I don’t have any group pictures and just a couple single ones. I heard from my son that his soldiers been working real hard on job for him. I don’t know how to say this but their kind of been put in back ground. He doesn’t know I’m writing this. I just thought it would be something nice for them and their families. Thanks

      • danbohmer says:

        Are they Army? Did you mean SPC or SFC? Do you have the full unit identifier or what they do? I do not recognize 721st, but if you could tell me they are signal or maintainance or whatever I am sure I can track them down.

      • kathruth says:

        Army Reserve , SGT Brian Plunkett, he is with the 668th Engineer Company at FOB Apache. They are Heavy Equipment Operators. I do know that they were to move into tents, as Regular Active duty unit is moving into the building.
        Hope this helps,Thank you. Kathy

  2. Reggie says:

    The sunrise/sunset silhouettes are gorgeous, as are the flowers – I particularly like the red one, do you know what it is? Is it a rhododendron?

  3. Tinman says:

    I love the sunrise and sunset pictures.

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