Thomas, Cathy Booth; Waller, Douglas; Donnelly, Sally B.
April 2003
Time;4/7/2003, Vol. 161 Issue 14, p64
Focuses on the prisoners of war (POW) taken by Iraq from the U.S. Army's 507th division maintenance company. How Claude Johnson discovered that his daughter, Shoshana Johnson, was a POW; Responsibilities of the 507th including maintenance for diesel tankers and servicing Patriot missile batteries; View that the 507th was ambushed by Iraqi troops.


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