I am still here at Bagram. All things considered it is better than the last time I was here. I am in a better tent. I know where all the chow halls and services are. I found the cleanest bathrooms in our area.
There are numerous challenges, but the most problematic is just being here. The Navy has mandated a 3 day Warrior Transition Program at Kuwait. Too bad I will have to wait 2 weeks in order to get to this 3 day program. It is overbooked for the entire month. At this point I am just ready to return and start to readust to life back home. One thing that is truly amazing are the lines. Lines for the phones, computers, food, beverages, toilets, ATM machines, and anything else you can think of. Maybe this is a final dose of deployment just to make me even more appreciative of life at home. I doubt that is possible though.