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Private Soldiers: A Year in Iraq with a Wisconsin National Guard Unit

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In April 2005 they received the official alert: The Wisconsin Army National Guard's 2-127th Infantry Battalion was being mobilized. After training at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, the 620 soldiers of the Gator Battalion would serve in Operation Iraqi Freedom, providing armed convoy escort and route security throughout all of Iraq, from Umm Qasr in the south to Mosul in the far
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Hardcover, 200 pages
Published September 25th 2007 by Wisconsin Historical Society Press
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