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Surviving Iraq : Soldiers' Stories (2008)

Call Number 956.7044/TRIPP,E

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Adult Nonfiction956.7044/TRIPP,EAvailable
Published: Northampton, Mass. : Olive Branch Press, 2008
Description:  xxvii, 274 pages : illustrations, map, portraits ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9781566566933 (pbk.), 1566566932 (pbk.),
Language:  English

Map of Iraq and Kuwait with US Military Bases -- Preface recording an oral history of the Iraq War -- Introduction : stories of war, return, and loss -- 9/11 and the invasion of Iraq -- Jason Richardson, Navy : a "nuke" on the USS Truman -- Nathan D. Hollway, Air Force : air support in Qatar -- Arthur H.F. Schoenfeld, Marine Corps : the invasion of Iraq -- Andre M.M. Queiroga, Marine Corps : president Bush's plan for Iraq -- Richard W. Riley, Army National Guard : destroying Iraq -- Pablo Rodriguez, Air Force Reserve : guarding Baghdad airport -- Winning hearts and minds -- Peter Granato, Army Reserve : the prisoners of camp Bucca -- Nathan Murphy, Marine Corps Reserve : to shoot or not to shoot? -- Andrew Mcconnell, Army : reconstruction and local politics -- David Vacchi, Army : an officer's view of the war -- Benjamin Flanders, Army National Guard : who are the insurgents? -- Solomon Black, Marine Corps : fighting in Haditha and Falluja -- Boots on the ground -- Ben Shriber, Army Reserve : stuck in Kuwait -- Nicolas A. Morton, Army Reserve : pulling security in Baghdad -- Jeff Peddar, Marine Corps Reserve : working on the al-Asad air base -- Russell W. Anderson, Jr., Army Reserve : a first sergeant and his troops -- Michael Lawrence, Army Reserve : a training sergeant and his unit -- Women in the war zone -- Tanya M. Karst, Navy : launching tomahawks from our destroyer -- Danielle Morin, Army Reserve : men and women in the army -- Lydia Rodriguez, Army National Guard : a mother goes to war -- Shannon Kennedy, Army Reserve : making Iraqi friends -- Leslie Ramonas, Army Reserve : losing another woman -- War's lasting impact -- Jaime Perez, Army Reserve : counseling combat troops -- Dan Moriarty, Army Reserve : treating soldiers with PTSD -- Travis Jones, Army National Guard : counseling returning veterans -- Andrew Simkewicz, Army : helping veterans impacted by war -- Scott Palmer, Army : "it is an inner struggle" -- Jon Zagami, Army Reserve : "my body is falling apart" -- The ultimate loss -- Alexander Arredondo, Marine Corps, Kia 2004 -- Carlos and Merida Arredondo, parents : fighting to end the war -- Jeffrey Lucey, Marine Corps Reserve, d. 2004 -- Kevin and Joyce Lucey, parents : Jeff's PTSD and suicide

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