Bosnia Diary

Unlike the Gulf War, activities in Bosnia didn't break down into well-defined modules. Each week, once we settled in, had us going to Brigade Data Dump on Sunday, to Vlasenica and Milici on Monday, Sekovici on Wednesday, Stupari or some other location on Friday, and foot patrols into Kladanj on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, but with a lot of variations. Titles of segments relate to some interesting incident during each period, but don't reflect the whole content of that period by any means.

Table of Contents

To 22 Nov 1995 Bosnia-The Beginning
23 Nov - 25 Dec 1995 The Holidays
26 Dec 1995 - 13 Jan 1996 Loading Up
14 - 20 Jan 1996 Fort Bragg
21 - 25 Jan 1996 From Bragg to Tuzla
26 - 29 Jan 1996 Deploying Downrange
30 Jan-3 Feb 1996 Out of the Mud
4 - 9 Feb 1996 Settling In
10 - 14 Feb 1996 Stupari and Tuzla
15 - 21 Feb 1996 The Wood-Paneled Office
22 - 24 Feb 1996 Small World
25 - 29 Feb 1996 The Phone Line
1 - 7 Mar 1996 Factories, Refugees and Teddy Bears
8 - 13 Mar 1996 Toward Srebrenica
14 - 21 Mar 1996 Out With The Old, In With The New
22 - 29 Mar 1996 Milici
30 Mar - 7 Apr 1996 Water Mains and Sewage Protests
8 - 12 Apr 1996 Mines (The Other Kind)
13 - 19 Apr 1996 To the Drina and Konjuh
20 - 30 Apr 1996 Computer Crash
1 - 5 May 1996 Cops 'n' Robbers
6 - 9 May 1996 Out of Bosnia (Temporarily)
10 - 15 May 1996 Budapest
16 - 22 May 1996 Departure Plans and The Cable Guy
23 - 30 May 1996 Roger's Show Biz Debut
31 May - 4 Jun 1996 The New Team Comes In
5 - 10 Jun 1996 Out of Bosnia
11 - 15 Jun 1996 Groundhog Day on Steroids
After 15 Jun 1996 Home Again


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