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Iraq Veterans Against the War
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I joined right out of highschool....Usual story I guess. Join the army and see the world, grow some balls and get wise. Anyways after growing up and...
Strong active stance in and around all aspects of PTSD, the veteran suicide epidemic, and the alternative methodologies of treatment.
US Vavy vet served in the Gulf in 2005 and at weapons testing base the two years before. Fed up with seeing innocent people killed which includes my...
I spent 2005 as a "military policeman" on the east side of Baghdad ( Al Muthana, Sadr City). My unit's mission was to train and equip Iraqi Police...
I am joining IVAW because I've been against this war (and all war) soon after returning from Iraq. While I am very public in my hatred for the war, I...
Authority for the defense of your home is not granted, it's a natural existing ability of all creatures. Traveling abroad to destroy someone else's...
With blinders on my eyes, I followed my high school guidance counselor's advice to pursue military service rather than higher education. My...
I decided to Join to help serve my country and to be part of something bigger. Once I started reading about how the U.S. uses the DOD to advance in...
Prior to September 11, 2001, I was basically a pacifist—I opposed militarism and disliked the idea of war—but it was an uninformed idealism; I had no...
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Iraq Veterans Against the War is open to Active Duty, National Guard and Reservists who have served since 09/11/2001.