This photo was taken during my unit’s rotation at NTC. I was embedded with the medical company in my unit providing religious support to notional and real world injuries. Blackhawk helicopters were a fixture as they flew Soldiers in for treatment. This shot was unintentional in terms of the panning effect and it is not … More Week 14 – Panning
For this picture I was at NTC and we were preparing to go into the box for out training rotation. One thing the desert has (along with copious amounts of dust and wind) is lovely sunsets. I didn’t have time to go grab my Sony point and shoot so I used the camera I had … More Week 13 – Golden Hour
This is a picture I took on the very first day of 2017 so it just barely made the cut. I was preparing to go to NTC and was at NTC for this week and the coming weeks so I had to look back in my library to find this one.
This episode was a lot of fun and a very unique opportunity. At Fort Stewart there are two sisters who are serving as Chaplains. I served in the same brigade as LeyAnne and got to know her quite well when the BDE deployed to Europe. Give it a listen!
Here’s my entry for week 12 of the photo challenge. This one was “explored” on Flickr!
I don’t love the woman I married in 2006. Take a deep breath. Read that sentence again. Now pause and think about it for a few moments before you read further. When I married Laura in 2006 we were poor college students. I had a job at Staples making a bit more than minimum … More Loving Who They Are Now
Last month I completed the trifecta. Over the course of 18 months I went to all three major Army Combat Training Centers. NTC was the mother of them all. It’s bigger, dustier, and mountain-ier than JRTC and JMRC. I got to go with another great group of Soldiers and Unit Ministry Teams. The UMTs worked … More Adventures in The Chaplaincy: The National Training Center