The Iraq Experience

The Iraq Experience
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Veteran Documentary Corps: Julie Mendez
Julie Mendez is a designer, thinker, leader, visionary, and artist. She has a passion for creating thoughtful design solutions that explore the roles and impacts of design in economic, social…
Veteran Documentary Corps: Michael Blackwell
Michael Blackwell entered the United States Navy on Veteran's Day, 2002 and served for over nine years. While stationed with Fleet Combat Camera Group Pacific, he fought alongside United States…
Veteran Documentary Corps: Bobby Hollingsworth
Bobby served in the United States Army for 10 years. During that time he was deployed once to Iraq in September 2006. After being honorably discharged from the Army Bobby…
Veteran Documentary Corps: Scott Castle
Scott Castle served in the United States Marine Corps for four years. While stationed at Camp Pendleton, California, with 1st Battalion 5th Marines 1st Marine Division he served three combat…
Veteran Documentary Corps: Casey Conklin
Casey Conklin spent four years with the elite 3rd Ranger Battalion, 75th Ranger Regiment, as a platoon medic. Since leaving the Army, Casey has remained active in the Veteran Community…
Veteran Documentary Corps: Giorgio Mattia
Giorgio Mattia (44 years old) was sent to Iraq in April 2006. For the VeteranDocs he tells the story of how he witnessed in Nassiriya the second tragic attack to…

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