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| April 12, 2012 | 8 Comments

Our first foray into the world of Big Journalism happened this morning. They posted my photo series on the 3rd Sustainment Command’s Casing of the Colors while I was in Fort Knox last week. You can see the whole thing here.

3rd Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) Casing of the Colors Ceremony at  Fort Knox, KY

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  1. AW1 Tim says:

    Jonn,

    You and the rest of the crew here are to be commended. It’s a great step for you all to have taken and any accolades which might follow are well deserved.

    I’m just happy to be able to stop by here each day and see what’s going on. The writing is good and the stories always of interest.

    Congratulations my friend!

  2. DaveA says:

    Jonn,

    Congratulations, don’t forget where you came from, I agree with AW1 Tim, I feel privileged to be able to stop by each day to see what’s going on.

  3. Yat Yas 1833 says:

    Congrats Jonn,

    And here all I thought I had found was a nice little place with fellow vets and right thinkers! Who’da thunk the NCOIC would be famous!:)

  4. Old Tanker says:

    I like the bio….

    Jonn Lilyea is a renouned military blogger….

    Guess I better click some ads so you can get paid!

  5. headhuntersix says:

    Thanks for making us look good…..and congrats again. I’m also proud we were able to be part of the inaugural feature.

  6. NHSparky says:

    Does this mean I can’t say “douchenozzle” anymore?

    Seriously, good on Jonn and the gang.

  7. Elric says:

    Thanks Jonn. Brings back old memories when I was a snot nosed armor LT. I thought I had died and gone to tanker heaven. Its hard to choose which parade field is the most beautiful… Mother Knox, Carson, Lewis, or Schofield. But I’d have to choose Knox.

  8. Cedo Alteram says:

    Mentioned again Lilyea. See your a bigger Kahuna then you think.

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