5/26/2006

Kommandos In Position in Portland, ME

Kommando
The deployment went well, and an hour later, I spotted all but one kommando still at their posts from my reconnaissance vehicle.

The missing kommando's position had been compromised right from the start when some civilians witnessed the drop. I was able to surveil the situation using a placard covered with flyers as a pretense to turn around. I saw a full-sized civilian interacting with the kommando who was valiantly standing his ground. Not wanting to compromise the mission further, I continued on to make the remaining drops.

Thus far, there has been no communication as to the whereabouts of that brave soldier, but something tells me his objective has already been accomplished.

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6 comments:

Kvatch said...

Montag...love the photos! Did anyone question you about what you were doing? I got some startled looks on BART.

Montag said...

I got some odd looks, but was not accosted in my duties. Whe I took the picture of the one in front of the planter with all the flags, I got an approving look from a passer-by, but I don't think that person noticedthe brave Kommando standing guard.

Montag said...

PS: there is one more picture Back at my place.

Kvatch said...

I had a lot of fun placing mine at the federal buildings. There were security guards everywhere. So getting them taped to the railings near the entrances was a challenge.

windspike said...

Most Excellent - Glad to have the Portland Battallion Active.

Worried said...

Many of our intrepid troopers have gone MIA, or in some cases, obviously POWs. We honor these brave men and thank them for a mission accomplished and job well done.