Red, White & Blurry: My Life As An AWOL Soldier
The story of Mark Wilkerson
Lt. Ehren Watada
is a First Lieutenant in the United States Army, a member of the 3rd Brigade, 2nd Infantry Division Stryker Brigade Combat Team, who in June 2006 publicly refused to deploy to Iraq for the Iraq War…
on May 21, 2004 Mejia was convicted of desertion by a military jury and sentenced to a year in jail and a bad conduct discharge…
is a conscientious objector sailor who refused to board the USS
as it deployed to the Persian Gulf in December 2004…
is a former soldier in the 320th Military Police Company of the United States Army…
facing a redeployment to Iraq while serving under the command of the same individuals that allowed her to be raped and sexual harassed, suffered a breakdown due to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, and went absent without leave…
applied for Conscientious Objector status after deploying to Iraq for one year in 2004. Went AWOL, and recently turned himself in.
Iraq war veteran and Conscientious Objector to war. Sentenced to 15 months in prison, and has since been released.
-Ricky Clausing – Currently awating punishment at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina for being AWOL in protest to the Iraq War.
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