21 June 2011

It's been awhile

Hey everyone,
Boy has it been awhile since I have last been on here. I'm not very good about this blogging thing. Anyways. I have a few excuses, I was deployed to Afghanistan for a little over 6 months and in training before that, I'm a part time Nursing Student pursing my degree and Commission in the Air Force and I'm getting ready to make the big move across the ocean back to America. I will be PCSing to Buckley AFB. I'm so excited about this move. I'm so ready to be living back in America.  I will also be finishing up the rest of the classes I need to apply to the Commissioning Programs. This is going to be a big chapter in my life and I'm very much looking forward to it.

Well just wanted to let people know that I'm still here and plan on being more active on this blog then I have been.



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Great to hear things are moving forward. Sounds like some awesome opportunities are presenting themselves. Thanks for your hard work, much gratitude.

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Congrats from a mid 30 something and in the Air Force

theangelsflight said...

Nice blog, I hope everything is fine in Afghanistan and that soon all the people serving there would come back home after that important mission is completed.

Hope you will update soon this blog with new story and adventures.

Anonymous said...

In 2001 I drove down into what appeared to be a base underneath Oak Hammock Marsh Manitoba Canada (protected wildlife sanctuary), I completely forgot the experience until reading a report on underground Nazi bases at the beginning of 2013 (The Omega Files). I then used Google Earth and more recently Google Earth Pro to view Oak Hammock Marsh and the surrounding areas, I found several irregularities: A flying saucer with adaptive camo and what appears to be its landing area nearby it that is marked with two swastikas and protected by 2 anti-aircraft weapons, a wormhole in a backyard neighboring Oak Hammock Marsh and a large white/silver tank 100 feet North of that wormhole. These images are somewhat blurry as they are taken from space using technology that is available to the public for free, if you look closely though there are some things that should not be in a protected wildlife sanctuary in Canada. Since remembering driving down into what appeared to be a base under Oak Hammock Marsh and finding these irregularities using Google Earth I have not stopped making this known, in my opinion anything less would be committing treason against Canada. These images and the links below are posted on my Facebook wall/account which is open to the public. In the photo albums labeled Oak Hammock Marsh I have included images taken from previous satellite imaging of these areas as well as the most recent (Google Earth Pro) so it is possible to see what is normally in those areas.
Wesley Wadien 11/08/1983

Links to Google Earth showing parts of a possible Nazi base on Canadian soil

Landing area marked with 2 swastikas and protected by 2 anti-aircraft weapons, west 400 feet is adaptive camo saucer, distortion around edges of the saucer is visible.
Wormhole in backyard of property, large white/silver tank 100 feet North of that.
Possibly technology used to create projection top on base.

Statement from the former Canadian Minister of National Defense.

News report on chem trails.

Please make copies and distribute. Long live a free Canada.

Anna Lunn said...

Hi, I read from your blogs that your in the Air Force or were in the Air Force, I'm doing a school project on the Air Force and was wondering if you'd be willing to email me and answer a few question or to just give me some information. It would greatly appreciated, this is my email: Anna.lunn@students.macamd.org, my name is Anna and I'm 15, thank you!

Michel Babun said...

Airforce is a military branch that ensures the security of the state in the air. The US has so many airforce bases in all over the world. US airforce bases