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Friday, July 21, 2006

What Do OEF/OIF Vets Have to Say? Check Out MTV Tonight.

Just received this in my email box:

IAVA will be on MTV tonight! Tune in to see IAVA's Executive Director Paul Rieckhoff featured on MTV's special, "Iraq Uploaded", tonight at 8pm EST.

"Iraq Uploaded" will be hosted by Gideon Yago and will explore how the personal videos and blogs from Troops in Iraq are informing the American public about the war. It is a powerful and fast-paced show that IAVA supports fully. "Iraq Uploaded" will highlight unfiltered videos and military blogs that have been coming straight from Iraq through sites like ...

If you miss the show tonight, it will continue to air on MTV over the next few weeks. Check MTV's schedule for more dates/times.

I had the pleasure of meeting Paul Reickhoff last month, and can't rave enough about what he and his organization are doing to get the voices of our returning vets out there. We need to hear more from them -- and IAVA is helping to make it happen. Please consider donating to their organization. And I heartily recommend reading Paul's new book, Chasing Ghosts: A Soldier's Fight for America From Baghdad to Washington. Sample chapter here.

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