My apologies to all, but I have yet to stabilize here in Afghanistan–I am still base-hopping, and will continue to do so for a bit longer. This was not my intention, and I have by no means forgotten my blog, but while I remain a transient, I cannot form a contract with a private Internet Provider. And without an Internet Provider, my only option for blogging is the occasional 30-minute allotments we get at the shared Internet cafes, which is not enough time for a substantive post, and it makes it hard to draw from the research and photographs stored on my personal computer. I will say that I am currently at Bagram Air Field, it is much more compact than Kandahar (and therefore far more walkable), it’s a more picturesque setting, and the old architecture and infrastructure initially installed by the Soviets seems to be serving the American forces well (as well as French, Polish, Egyptian, Korean, and Macedonian).
Thanks for your patience while I continue to establish a “hub” for my work here. As always, comments are greatly appreciated.
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Good to see you up and running. Can’t wait to see your posts from Afganistan.