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This blog exists only as an archive. It is a journal that serves as a window into my life as a Marine combat veteran serving in Iraq and Afghanistan; it was written with no filter, no politics and no agenda. Please feel free to follow my journey from beginning to end. Welcome to my life.

Thursday, January 21, 2010

Clay with the kids

Team Rubicon security specialist Clay builds rapport with local
children during a pause in patient care.


  1. I have been reading this blog for a few days now, got sent over from B5...this picture says it all...Clay, you are a beautiful person, both inside and out, the poster boy for all that is good about our Military (former and retired). If I wasn't already married, I would propose!! haha
    Please know that I am thinking and praying for you all- you guys are in my heart.

  2. Somehow I knew you would be helping the children...with that big heart of yours! Keep up the good work and stay safe. We love you and are very proud of what you are doing. We hope to meet all of Team Rubicon someday. In the meantime, tell Jake and the others we are rallying support every way we can!