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Be here/there with all your gear, ready to go, only to get cancelled, once or twice a day. On the fourth day I got some courtesy shampoo from the MWR and washed with that, only to find the PX had reopened.Military has priority and it took me and the other soldier a week to get out. Walking on gravel all the time is not something I'll miss about Iraq. Like the terrorist threat level, a nearly comical reminder that it's hot out. This is a mural, on FOB Kalsu, of what I typically take pictures of and post on this blog, from the back seat of a Humvee to the WWW.Most of the time, while stuck at Kalsu, the sky looked like this.
By the next morning dust storm atmospherics grounded the air, and the SOFA deadline constricted nearly all ground movement.
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Luga, a TACOM Life Cycle Management Command logistics assistance representative (center), works with students in the 172nd Infantry Brigade Combat Leaders Course as they prepare for the situational awareness exercise phase of the course. Fitzsimmons, a TACOM LCMC logistics assistance representative, looks on as students in the 172nd Infantry Brigade Combat Leaders Course check their M1151 as they prepare for the situational awareness exercise phase of the course. Cook (left), Brigade Logistics Support Team chief for the 172nd Infantry Brigade, works with Sgt. Luga, armament logistics assistance representative, from TACOM LCMC; Michael R. of the Army civilians who work in battalion programs and field service representatives employed by contractors who have equipment on the ground such as MRAP and route clearance vehicles.
It was then occupied by the 118th MP CO (ABN), 16th MP BDE (ABN) and Task Force A CO 1-185th Armor and the Mortar and Scout platoons of HHC 1-185th Armor, 81st Heavy Brigade Combat Team of the California Army National Guard from March 2004 to March 2005 conducting combat patrols and acting as a QRF for MSR Tampa.
In July 2004 the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU), 1st Marine Division, assumed command of FOB Kalsu using it as a command post for operations in the Anbar Province and the areas south of Baghdad to northern part of Babil and then subsequently the assault on Fallujah in November 2004.