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Stories Tagged "Iraq"

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Refugee Services in Iowa (#321)

posted on February 25, 2010 at 5:46 PM

Refugee Services in Iowa (#321)
Critical programs that brought some 30,000 refugees to Iowa over the past 35 years are ending. The Iowa Journal examines changes to refugee services, what that means to the state, the people who live here and those wanting to come. 04:41 Read More »

Iowa Refugee Services Ending (Full Program) (#321)

posted on February 25, 2010 at 4:21 PM

Iowa Refugee Services Ending (Full Program) (#321)
Full Program: Critical programs that brought some 30,000 refugees to Iowa over the past 35 years are ending. The Iowa Journal examines changes to refugee services, what that means to the state, the people who live here and those wanting to come. 27:46 Read More »

Robert B.J. Jackson - Iraq Veteran and Amputee (#0)

posted on March 26, 2009 at 1:50 PM

The latest war in Iraq has found Iowans again risking life and limb in the line of duty. This reality hit home recently when we heard the story of specialist Robert Jackson, an Iowa National Guard soldier who had to have both legs amputated after... Read More »

Iowa Veteran of the War in Iraq: Jaymie Holschlag (#102)

posted on November 10, 2006 at 12:00 AM

Iowa Veteran of the War in Iraq: Jaymie Holschlag (#102)
As a medic with Task Force Iron Hawk, Jaymie Holschlag's job was to make sure her fellow soldiers survived their dangerous duty. Their mission was to help save lives by finding and disarming deadly bombs in Ramadi, Iraq. Read More »

Iowa Veteran of the War in Iraq: Joe Gottschalk (#102)

posted on November 10, 2006 at 12:00 AM

Iowa Veteran of the War in Iraq: Joe Gottschalk (#102)
Even after beating death by just a fraction of an inch, Tipton native Joe Gottschalk says he's ready to return to take care of what he calls some unfinished business. Read More »

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