Monthly Archive: November 2017

Jazz Night in Baghdad Iraq 0

Jazz Night

(I wrote this while deployed to Baghdad International Airport/Camp Sather, Iraq, in Augusta 2005. One of my favorite moments writing) If you close your eyes, lick the sand off your teeth and listen, you...

Hitting 8 of 8 targets from 400 and 800 meters with an M24 sniper rifle. 0

Sniper School

(Story written Augusta 2001 by me; official Air Force photo of me going 8 for 8 from 400 and 800 meters with M24 rifle) In places like Bosnia, North Korea and Macedonia, hot spots...

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Father Stan

(Story written by me in November 2003; link also on the official Air Force web site) They would have arrested and interrogated him if he were not so sick. The Communist Party in Poland...

War Stories by Jason Tudor 0

Fairford’s War

(Note: Written April 2003 from RAF Fairford, England, UK; story and photo by me) Royal Air Force Fairford is a lot like Sundance, the small town in Utah where Robert Redford snuggles with thousands...

It’s called Meatloaf 0

It’s called Meatloaf

(This column originally appeared on the website “An Army of Ermas” in July 2010) It’s called meatloaf. There are two basic components to it: the meat and the loaf. Meatloaf is simple: put all...