For a start they aren't so bad. Not a fan of business cards or any cards for that matter. The layout is OK the colour is fine but I should have made certain fonts larger. I just didn't want them to be too busy or in your face. I don't like to work around people who have business cards if I'm honest.. But I'm constantly asked if I have one on me so I now carry my cards as part of my edc and it feels weird as if they don't belong.
3 of 4 crewmembers were K.I.A., the above photos show the aftermath (Camp Ramadi, April 2005). “Everyone was sacrificing, not just the infantry.” Although most of the 2nd Infantry Division’s 2nd Brigade Combat Team (BCT) casualties were infantry, many of our casualties were also tankers, engineers and field artillery soldiers. The 2nd Battalion, 17th Field Artillery regiment were mission critical to the 2nd BCT providing fire support with M109s, which is an American 155-millimeter turreted self-propelled howitzer. These beasts were also known as Paladins, and they had a maximum effective range of 19 miles. For one year they made it rain 155 mm shells and shrapnel on designated targets and mujahideen mortar teams. They inflicted so much damage; the Paladin’s were often targeted on Camp Ramadi by insurgent mortar teams. The ammunition for the pictured Paladin was struck by enemy mortar fire in April 2005 killing 3 of 4 crewmembers. For those who responded to the downed Paladin, it was difficult to deal with the aftermath. Thank you for making the ultimate sacrifice brothers, and thank you for raining hell on our enemies until you were called home to Valhalla. Photo cred: @j1bullock