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July 23, 2004
Calling All Military Linguists

Apropos of my previous post....

In the year(+) since I began this blog over, I've encountered more former (and current) military linguists than I had in the decade(+) since I left the service in 1992. There are even several that I know of in my blogrolls. (Here, here, here and here.) (And here.)

Nathan over at Brain Fertilizer has a great idea for an alliance of military linguists.

How very cunning of him.

If you are a member of that elite club, go and drop him a comment. I'm going to try my mad photoshopping skills and see if I can come up with a logo and/or button graphic.

Posted by Russ at 08:03 PM, July 23, 2004 in Bloggery & Nat'l Security

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Military Intelligence 96C2L29. 96C=Interrogator, 2L29 = German. I left this info with Nathan as well.

Posted by: Jim at July 23, 2004 09:42 PM

"...an alliance of military linguists."

Yes, Russ. Let 'em all get in their licks.

Posted by: Stephen at July 25, 2004 03:14 AM

I am a retired navy chiling. Does that count?

Posted by: TMC at January 31, 2005 02:38 AM