Wednesday, July 6, 2011

War letters

20 November 2010
878 blue skin Street
Tiki Tiki
New Zealand

Dear Mum and Dad,

Last week I was on patrol in the mountain valley and the roads were full of civilians wanting to be saved ,as their city was under attack by Warwick rebels. The Sargent told me to radio HQ for backup.I tried to reach HQ and request that next platoon of solders to come up smart quick as we needed backup but the radio frequency was not working , the old 1980’s radio set had broken down again . So to save lives we pushed ahead up the valley with out the knowledge that backup was on the way.

You know when we have lunch hear especially on patrol, it like when I was a courier drive back in Tiki Tiki, you eat quickly as your on the watch for the dangers which exist around you all the time.

Then later on that day, some enemies were told to come the and do there thing around the battle fields but then us solders went to have lunch.

See you back home



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