Iraq Bivouac

McKenna, Pat
July 1999
Airman;Jul99, Vol. 43 Issue 7, p34
Profiles United States Air Force Technical Sergeant Richard Ryan, who lived in Baghdad, Iraq as a member of the United Nations (UN) team inspecting Iraq's program for weapons of mass destruction. Service of Ryan with the UN Special Commission for Iraq; Efforts of the Iraqis to stop the UN weapons inspectors; Experiences of Ryan in Baghdad.


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