He was bidding a final farewell to the 9/11 nightmare and the Odyssey to kill Osama bin Laden.
But how long that lease is good for depends on Odyssey Dawn's success, and to succeed, you need clear goals.
Josh Dzieza on the history of naming military operations, from Barbarossa to Blue Spoon, and what Odyssey Dawn really means.
But the indifference to the connotations of "Odyssey" also shows that the name is probably meant for internal use.
Dzhugashvili's Odyssey through the German camps lasted almost two years.
In the smaller houses the females occupy the upper story; the place assigned them also, by Homer in the Iliad and Odyssey.
I called him, and begged he would relate to me the Odyssey of his terrible night.
Wherein we may note already a hint of the last Book of the Odyssey.
What an Odyssey of adventures he would149 have to relate when he reached home!
The rule in both Iliad and Odyssey is that the wooer gives a bride-price to the father of the bride, ethna.
c.1600, "Odyssey," from Latin Odyssea, from Greek Odysseia, name of the Homeric epic poem of ancient Greece, relating the ten-year wanderings of Odysseus, king of Ithaca, after the Trojan War. Figurative sense of "long, adventurous journey" is first recorded 1889.