August 2005
Time International (South Pacific Edition);8/15/2005, Issue 32, p30
The article presents an interview with Jessica Lynch, the former U.S. Army supply clerk. She became an icon in the U.S. after her dramatic rescue from an Iraqi hospital in 2003. She thought that she provided a way to boost everybody's confidence about the war in Iraq. She does not want any special attention drawn to her when she joins West Virginia University. She said that she was busy traveling and getting ready for school and still getting physical therapy for about an hour a day.


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