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Command Sgt. Maj James Lambert, 3rdMedcom, visits troops in Iraq
Command Sgt. Maj. James Lambert, the senior non-commissioned officer of the 3rd Medical Command in Forest Park, Ga., makes a few comments to the Soldiers working at the Joint Base Balad Amnesty Point, Dec. 17. Story: By 1st Lt. Herbert Karg JOINT BASE BALAD, Iraq – Soldiers from the 716th Quartermaster Company, 80th Ordnance Battalion, 15th Sustainment Brigade, 13th Sustainment Command (Expeditionary) got a visit from Maj. Gen. Dean Sienko and Command Sgt. Maj. James Lambert, the commander and senior non-commissioned officer of the 3rd Medical Command respectively, at the Joint Base Balad Amnesty Yard, Dec.17. The amnesty yard serves as a recycling and redistribution point for northern Iraq. Units can drop off excess equipment at the yard by appointment, or on designated amnesty days. Soldiers will then sort through the equipment, and separate it by serviceability. If the items are serviceable, they will be put back into the Army system which ultimately saves the Army money, said Capt. James Beck, the commander of the 716th Quartermaster Company and native of Butler, Pa. "The amnesty yard has the highest concentration of our soldiers working there, and they like what they do and they know they are making a difference," Beck said. Sienko and Lambert, both members of the U.S. Army Reserves, wanted to meet with Reserve Soldiers while visiting Joint Base Balad. Their mission was to find out how the Reserve Command could better serve its Soldiers. They asked questions regarding yellow ribbon events, rear detachment involvement, family readiness, and other issues concerning Soldiers in the Army Reserves. "I am a close friend of the [chief of the Army Reserve] and he is a good man, and he is all about helping Soldiers and their families," said Sienko at a luncheon, Dec 17. The stop at the Amnesty Yard was just one of many stops on the agenda for the general. The command team planned to meet with five Army Reserve units stationed at Joint Base Balad. "We were happy to receive the general and the command sergeant major," said Beck. "I think they were able to do what they came here to do and I'm proud to say that our unit was a part of that." Sienko and Lambert will report back to Lt. Gen. Jack Stultz, chief of the Army Reserve, on their visit to Iraq taking with them the comments and concerns made by the Reserve Soldiers here at Joint Base Balad.Kuwait City Nightscape
August 19, 2010 This was my last stop on my road trip to Kuwait City. I was at the Hard Rock Cafe and was mesmerized of the amazing view of Kuwait City after dark. I couldn't resist but to pull out my camera and shoot. The night was dark but the city is very much alive full of tungsten lights. Nightscape is one of the most exciting part of photography where you can be creative at your best. It is normally shot at long exposures meaning at a longer times. Sturdy Tripod to avoid blur and Shutter remote are some basic must haves in order to hold the shutter button longer rather than on the camera. In Manual Mode, start at f/8 and dial the shutter to 10s, 15s, 20s, 30s or even more. Take 2 stops under and 2 stops over for every exposure and continue to shoot as many as you can at different shutter speeds. I'm sure you'll be amazed of your shots. Note of the basic landscape settings to include are, metering to pattern, ISO set to 100, WB set to Auto if desired and no flash. It was a very interesting trip to Kuwait City and hopefuly everyone of my viewers learned as well. Let me know at email@example.com © Byron Bueno All rights reserved
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