A History of Conflict: WWII - Iraq War

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Veteran Documentary Corps: David Gan
David served in the United States Army from 1944-1948. He was an infantry man during the invasion of Normandy, where he was wounded by artillery fire. After the war, he…
Veteran Documentary Corps: Aldo Giannini
Aldo Giannini was born in Cicero, Illinois in November, 1923 and raised in Chicago, where his Italian immigrant parents owned a neighborhood restaurant and bar. When the attack on Pearl…
Veteran Documentary Corps: Tim Kochis
Tim Kochis is the founder of Kochis Global, which fosters best in class wealth management and investment planning services in the developing world, particularly in China and other rapidly growing…
Veteran Documentary Corps: John Baumhackl
Drafted in January 1969 John was originally sent to the 58th Signal Battalion at Fort Lewis Washington, but then quickly volunteered for a deployment to Vietnam. Upon his arrival in…
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: 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…

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