An International Base

One thing that’s interesting is the number of different countries represented here. Americans are by far the most common. There are a large number of Australians stationed here, though. I’ve enjoyed talking to them. Other countries are represented by one or two. There are a few Brits, but most of them are stationed farther south. There are soldiers from central European and Central American countries. A Marine unit from the Kingdom of Tonga arrived recently. They sang in chapel recently and were very good.

There are also a large number of Indians, Filipinos, and Ugandans that are working on the base. It makes for some interesting dinner conversation in the dining facilities.

One thought on “An International Base”

  1. That is one of things I have enjoyed about the military. I have trained with soldiers from Belize and the Philippines and I enjoyed getting to interact with them.

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