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“We are not that different,” Maj. Naheda Ahmed, 42, commander of a women’s Peshmerga Infantry Regiment in Sulayminiyah said, at the Inaugural Northern Iraq Women's Conference, April 20 at Forward Operating Base Warrior, Kirkuk, Iraq. “It is important to start a dialogue about women’s issues effecting women in Iraq with our American counterparts…we are their voices." (U.S. Army photo by Staff Sgt. Margaret C. Nelson) A Kurdish Face
(On May 2, 2008, Major Marcia Cannonier, Master Sgt. MaryAnn Cox, Master Sgt. Kristie Veal, Tech. Sgt. Laurie Raven, and Staff Sgt. Kristine Knudson, all from the 506th Expeditionary Medical Squadron, Kirkuk Regional Air Base, Iraq, and I sat down with Lieutenant Colonel Nahida Ahmad Rashid, Major Lami'ah Muhammad Qadir, Major Aminah Ahmad
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Special Agent Tam Reed dusts a crime scene area for fingerprints. She is a forensic science consultant with the Air Force Office of Special Investigations' 33rd Field Investigations Squadron.  (U.S. Air Force photo/Bobby Jones) Forensic experts identify keys to crimes
For forensic science consultants at the Air Force Office of Special Investigations' 33rd Field Investigations Squadron, criminal investigations in the Air Force begin at the crime scene. The work of Air Force forensic science consultants is similar to that of criminal investigators in the television show "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," said the
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2007
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