• Issue of
  • Jan 4-10, 2005
  • Vol. 24, No. 106

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  • Unlikely Crusader
  • Unlikely Crusader

    How libertarian technocrat Michael Powell saved his career and lost his soul
  • Kid-Friendly
  • Kid-Friendly

    Sgt. Azemar King was brought to Iraq to fix vehicles -- but he also made friends with some of the youngest Iraqis.

    Lauren and Azemar King

  • Notes From Baghdad
  • Notes From Baghdad

    When his National Guard unit was deployed to Iraq in October, UNO jazz student William Thompson left behind his studies -- but brought his music with him.
  • Family Ties
  • Family Ties

    Stationed in Kuwait, Sgt. Rosalind Sevalia of the Army Reserve has experienced both homesickness and an unexpected family reunion.
  • Oceans of Sand
  • Oceans of Sand

    Coast Guard reservist Lumas Garrett recalls the day-to-day reminders that the desert was a long way from home.
  • Law and Order
  • Law and Order

    Amid protests over Iraqi detainee conditions, Maj. William Blackston worked tirelessly to free prisoners who didn't belong in custody.
  • Approaching Storm
  • Approaching Storm

    Angered by 9/11, Shayne Carter joined the Air Force Reserve. He didn't know he'd be leaving for Afghanistan just as his pregnant wife was evacuating during Hurricane Ivan.
  • Stepping Up
  • Stepping Up

    Gary Hawkins temporarily headed reconstruction efforts in Iraq for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers while his family rallied to care for his ill wife.
  • Double Duty
  • Double Duty

    As both a medic and photographer with the Louisiana National Guard, Carlos Sanchez saw more than one side to the conflicts.
  • Morale and Mardi Gras
  • Morale and Mardi Gras

    To bolster spirits, Coast Guard reservist Jennifer Loudermilk and other Louisianians kept a few beads up their sleeves.

    Jennifer Loudermilk (second from left)

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