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Episode Info: I'm thinking of Jason Boyes today, and I miss him. Sgt. Jason Boyes, 32, was born in Napanee, Ont. He was a member of the 2nd Battalion, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry, based at Canadian Forces Base Shilo, and had recently arrived for his third tour in Afghanistan. Boyes was killed by an explosive device while on foot patrol Sunday night with members of the Afghan National Security Forces in southern Afghanistan.   Thank you for being a friend and I wish you were still here.  --------- Welcome to "Battlefield Barrens" book 1 chapter 4  of the Cullers War series. Bringing you audiobooks for free every Saturday. Written and performed by author Raymond Burton except for this intro which is of course, the automated A.I. system that is now hacking your audio delivering device. Battlefield Barrens is suitable for ages 18 and up and contains graphic violence and offensive language. This book IS available as a full length unabridged digital audiobook download and as an ebook for kindle, kobo and all other digital formats. To order any version, go to http://Raymondburton.com/store Since you are listening to this Podiobook, you obviously like audiobooks. Right now, if you go to go to http://Raymondburton.com/FreeBooks you can get two free audio books from any author from Audible.com I really enjoyed Old Mans War by John Scalzi so check that out if you haven't read the book already.  Todays music is a song called Nightmares from the album End Of Days by  the the band Greggzeye out of croatia, which is cool because that's where I did my tour of duty back in 2001 with 2nd battalion Princess Patricias 2VP. Links are on the website at http://RaymondBurton.com so you can download the full album are on the website so enjoy! In This Episode: We spent the next 30 minutes or thereabouts shifting our position lower down into the ravine. I couldn't figure out why it made any sense.  Sure as shit, behind a muddy and wet ridge, near the mouth of the ravine a few hundred yards away, the lead man of a Mute recce force was creeping inch by inch towards a small space between two rocks. Just like us, they wanted to get eyes on and report back to their HQ on our size and strength, as well as take out targets of opportunity. Whatever the case, at some point one of them with an itchy finger looked down his scope at Herzog and figured he was a big enough fish to be worth t
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