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Monday, January 25, 2010

Update on Bravo by Team Leader Gary Cagle

We are up via satellite! Team Rubicon has full internet connectivity downrange here in Haiti (will not be up/on all day...will discuss with the team, and set up scheduled comms windows daily, and will let you know).

We should have Skype voice call and video call availability...will test those components tomorrow.

Working the details to ensure continual flow of updates from the teams (via Blackberry) during the course of the day, so that the blog can be updated regularly. Should continue as before as of tomorrow. Please let the TR supporter who provided them know that they are working perfectly...many, many thanks! (Tammy and Dustin Troxell)

Lots of good stuff going on...truly sorry to see Jake and the others depart today. It felt like a historic moment when he and I shook hands, signifying the change of command. The end of an era, and the beginning of a new one. Team Rubicon will continue the mission. I do not as of yet have the email addresses for Jake and Will on this machine. Please pass this on to the both of them, as well as anyone else you think might be interested.



  1. We are blogging your progress at www.alwaysvigilant.blogspot.com hopefully people are watching and will support!

  2. Gary,

    You need anything further down there, please let me know. I'm gonna steamhead this for you. Try to get Jeff some time off.