Support Our Engineer Soldiers In Iraq

July 10, 2008


  We are now in Iraq and serving a 15 month tour.  I just wanted to update you and let you know how things are going.  They are well, we still have all our soldiers and no deaths or serious injuries as of yet.  Keep us in your prayers that we may continue to do so. 


Begley enjoys some down time before pushing north to Iraq.

     If you want to send me some care packages, you are more than welcome to do so.  My aim is to distribute them to my fellow soldiers, and any soldier who wants them.  Please get in touch with Terri, she has my deployment address and will distribute it accordingly.  I do not want to jeapordise my men by giving out my deployment address on this blog.  Here is a list of things you can donate in support of our troops.


Books, Bath items, Paper (all types), Pens, Pencils, Food (non perrishable), Music CD’s, DVD Videos, Blank CD’s, Religious Arcticles (All Religions), or if you just want to send letters, pictures, and cards in show of love and support for our troops, you are more than welcome.  Whatever we can get we will take.  Get in touch with Terri for further information on my deployment address, or email me.  I will return your emails relatively quickly.

I also have one huge favor to ask anyone who is willing to send it.  I would like to get music notation software so I can began publishing my works on musical scores.  War and Peace is out, so if you would like a copy, please email me and send me your address, I will mail you my CD free of charge.  

More stories will come soon, I have to prepare for the mission at hand.  My next story will be based on my stay here. Oh, and you’ll be happy to know that I went out of the wire on my first mission without any incidences.  Someone was watching over us.  Well, until we meet again, take care and remember to support our troops.  We thank you deeply here on A Soldier’s Mind, and I personally would like to thank Terri for her willingness to let me blog here.  This is a real honor and I am happy to write for A Soldier’s Mind.  I’m a soldier and will always be proud to serve my country, nomatter what happens, my pride will not waiver, and I will always be thankful for what I have, what we have,,,,  (FREEDOM!!!!)


One Response to “Support Our Engineer Soldiers In Iraq”

  1. Anthony on July 10th, 2008 1:26 pm


    ASM is more then happy to provide you with some notation software. As a fellow musician, I know the importance of having something to compose your works with. Anyway, I’ll have it out to you ASAP.

    SACK UP!

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