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Podcast #18: Service in Iraq

After college, Andrew wanted to make a difference for men and women serving abroad. He ended up working with the American Red Cross in Iraq, helping members of the armed forces by delivering Red Cross messages.

Note that this episode is a co-production with 52ways.org.

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2 Responses to “Podcast #18: Service in Iraq”

  1. I would like to receive permission to come and assist. I lived in Florida x 22 years and lived through many hurricanes without shelter, water, sewage etc. I am retired army … I am a nurse. I worked Emerg room x years, and maternity. my most recent degree is in long term care administration Ipharmacy services Medicare D issues). I am accustomed to living it rough and have vast esperience which I can see is needed. Please someone tell me to come. I’ll be there on my own dime (I’m currently the victim of a Reduction of force and am not allowed to work in my own state….l think this is perfect! Thank you for hearing me out…. call me please, home: [personal information redacted]. thank you, Barbara Sykes

  2. I would like to do the “Services to the Armed Forces”! I am currently a Volunteer with the Red Cross in Memphis, TN with CDE, Shelter Ops, and Military Briefs, and worked as a teen during the Vietnam war in a military hospital as a Volunteen. I am retired military and the Chairperson of the Family Readiness Group of my retired unit. This “Services to the Armed Forces” truly sounds like something I want to do. Please let me know what I need to do or who I need to talk to. Thanks you.

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