Humanitarianism & Human Interest

January 2009
Soldiers;Jan2009, Vol. 64 Issue 1, p10
Several photographs of U.S. soldiers involved in humanitarian missions are presented including Texas National Guard Private Mark Rivera carrying a woman stranded by flood waters, Sergeant 1st Class Jamie Neely reenlisting in Iraq, and soldiers constructing a levee in Iowa.


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