Two Air Force journalists will spend 30 days traveling throughout Afghanistan, starting Feb. 8, and document their daily travels through blogs and video blogs to showcase the troops in an interactive manner. (U.S. Air Force graphic)
2/14/2010 - SAN ANTONIO (AFNS) -- The Web-based project, "30 Days Through Afghanistan," kicked off Feb. 8 and aims to bring the people, the mission and the experiences of the men and women assigned to the International Security Assistance Force to a worldwide audience through the eyes of Tech. Sgts. Nathan Gallahan and Kenneth Raimondi.
Sergeant Raimondi, a broadcaster, and Sergeant Gallahan, a print journalist, are traveling throughout Afghanistan for 30 continuous days visiting each of the five regional commands and giving a first-hand perspective of the counter-insurgency mission. The two reporters will produce video and print news stories as well as document daily adventures through blogs and video blogs to showcase the troops in an interactive manner.
For more information, visit the Web site at http://30days.isaf.nato.int. Twitter users can receive tweets on the team's progress at http://www.twitter.com/30DaysThrough.