I’m wrapping up the A to Z challenge with a list of my posts about military in case you missed any of them:
Least Likely to be in the Army
First Day at Basic Training
Hauling Soldiers in a Cattle Car
Drill and Ceremonies, or all that marching
Explosive ordnance, pilots, and other things women do in the military
Do MREs count as Food?
What it’s like to wear a Gas mask
What it’s like when the war takes you away from Home
The day I got a Red Cross message during Desert Storm
Just a minute — I’m a ghost soldier?
Keeping up with the services: Reserves, Army, Oh My!
Lost in the woods with a Lieutenant
what it’s like to carry an M16
so Not ready — scariness on army guard duty
There’s Organizing my way and then there’s the army’s way
The Practicality of the army uniform
living Quarters in desert storm
The military wake up call: Revillie
Scariest thing that happened to me in the army
Tent fire in desert storm
Air war: Unknown in the distance
Where are the voices of the Women veterans
Washing clothes in Desert Storm
Xray! Xray! The military alphabet
Yes, It takes 20 years to talk about War
Watch for my A to Z Reflections on May 5. Then I’ll resume military posts on May 12 with “What it’s like coming home from war.”
If you want to read about my continuing military adventures (or misadventures as the case may be), check out the blog on Mondays.
Plus some of my publications with women soldiers:
War Happens – part of a collection called Red, White, and True, which is being published in August, 2014.
Review of the book Redeployment – Washington Independent Review of Books.
Six Bullets – a fantasy short story in the anthology A Princess, A Boatman, and a Lizard.
A Soldier’s Magic – a contemporary fantasy short story in the anthology The Darkness Within.
Grateful Gift to Any Soldier – Washington Post.