The stylistic concept I strive for in just about everything is simplicity via elegance - say what you need to say with minimal words, but make each word as full of impact as possible. This concept extends to the music I write as well.
In the course of the relatively short time I was deployed, I didn't write about everything that happened or everything I felt. I wanted to save what I wrote for when I actually had something to say rather than flooding the internet with more meaningless drivel than it already has. The war for me, for now, has ended, and so in the interest of brevity I'd rather let my work stand as it is than push it past its welcome.
Again, I want to thank everyone for their comments, positive thoughts, and well wishes throughout this whole thing. Writing provided a constructive form of escape that I was happy to share with others, far more than I'd originally anticipated. If you'd like to read what I have to say when I'm not, you know, in Iraq, then feel free to follow me elsewhere.