Monday, November 28, 2005

A friend WIA in Iraq

A friend of mine was wounded in Iraq a few days ago by an IED.

He is all right, lost a lot of skin on one leg and the tendons in his left leg were exposed. He was the only soldier injured in the explosion and his XO has taken command of his battalion. He is on his way back home to rehabilitate.

What sucks is he had just gotten over there, but it could have been much worse.

I ask for your prayers and good thoughts for a good soldie, officer, and friend. LTC Jamie Inman. 3-320 FAR, 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault)


Blogger alix said...

he's got 'em.
please give him my warmest regards and thanks.

11:20 AM  
Blogger AFSister said...

Every time I hear about an injured or wounded from the 101st, I think about you and your boys, Redleg.

My thoughts and prayers are always going out to them, but now I have a name to go with my thoughts and prayers.

Keep us updated on his recovery.

11:37 AM  
Blogger redleg said...

The IED shredded his right leg and foot and put a bolt through his left foot, but not life threatening and he probably will not lose his foot.

It will slow him down running because he was a rabbit if I recall.

With luck he will be all right.

1:41 PM  
Blogger AFSister said...

Sounds like he's got a long and painful recovery ahead of him.

I know you'll be there to provide moral support- just make sure he knows that the rest of us support him too.

9:05 AM  
Blogger FVK said...

You got it Redleg! Thanks for sharing this personal story, and like AFS said, please keep everyone updated.

Take care!

1:34 PM  
Blogger NOTR said...

Is he at Walter Reed? If so, I will send him a note.

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