'Win the Peace' coalition delivers hope for future

Perez, Timothy; Oldham, Bob
May 2004
Airman;May2004, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p7
Reports on the operation of airmen assigned at the 380th Air Expeditionary Wing to deliver school supplies to students at a school outside Al Nasiriya, Iraq. Effort of the airmen to raise money for the shipment; Involvement of the Italia air force in the action by volunteering air transportation of the supplies; Reaction of Iraqi education development specialist, Jassem Mohmed Hasson, on the action of the soldiers.


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