Thursday, December 21, 2006

1LT Delius (This posting is for his mother and wife.)

Here's the new JAG at the KMTC, 1LT Delius. He's from Georgia, but don't hold that against him. He's a great guy and has jumped right in and assumed his new responsibilities without any problems, or at least not too many problems.

I understand that his mother is now a reader of my blog page so let me just say that you have raised a fine, upstanding son.

All kidding aside, he is going to be a great asset to the JAG mission here in Afghanistan.


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the news about Scott. We are his aunt & uncle in South Carolina and we know he will be an asset to your team!!!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for posting this photo of Scott. This is Allyson, his wife. Seeing his handsome face makes all the difference in the world right now! He is the best and will be such an asset to your team. I know I am biased, but I know firsthand how he has helped people who need help the most. Thank you for all that you and your team are doing over in Afghanistan. Everyone appreciates the dedication you all have to helping our world. Merry Christmas and best wishes for peace and joy in 2007! We all miss you!!! Allyson

Anonymous said...

Thank you so very much for the picture of my son. We are very proud of him and always have been. I have to agree with you, he is a wonderful person (mom's aren't prejudiced). Your blog has been so interesting to us and helps us know what is going on over there. We thank you all for your dedication and know you are making a difference in the lives of many people. Please have a joyous, safe Christmas, we miss you. Lita

Todd Martin said...

Hooah!! Clearly he's a Combat JAG! Go get 'em Scott D.

Anonymous said...

We are parents of a good friend of Scott's. His skills & talents should definitely make your job easier in Afghanistan! He is loyal, dependable & a man of great integrity. Please take good care of him! Also make him share some of the loot in the 3 pkgs we mailed to him!! :~)
Thanks to all of you in Afghanistan for your hard work. It is deeply appreciated!
Wishing all of the JAGs & their families back home a very Merry Christmas & a Blessed New Year!
Love, The Adams Family, Alabama