August 13, 2007

Out of Iraq

by Michael J. Totten

I am safely out of Iraq and back in the United States. It's hard to write while embedded with the military. I had little time and no work space. But now that I'm Stateside again I'll have time to publish the material I spent the last month collecting. My next dispatch is more than half written and will appear shortly.

Thank you for being patient.

UPDATE: Michael Yon writes: “So much war, so many missions, but never enough time to publish dispatches covering more than a small fraction of it.” I hear you, brother!

He has a new article up on his site, though, if you want some fresh reporting to tide you over until I publish my next one.

Posted by Michael J. Totten at August 13, 2007 8:29 AM
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