First Days in Kurdistan

Steven Dutch, Natural and Applied Sciences, University of Wisconsin - Green Bay
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First Day In Country, April 27, 1991

Gulf War Image At this point, the future Camp Red-Eye is a small row of tents
Gulf War Image The "Smurf" tents; blue and white civilian tents donated by Sears.
Gulf War Image Looking north to the mountains in Turkey
Gulf War Image Smoke marks a landing zone for incoming refugees.
Gulf War Image How do you spell relief? "The Latrines Are Going Up."
Gulf War Image Camp Red-Eye grows.

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April 28, 1991

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First Customers, April 29, 1991

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Gulf War Image The inprocessing center.
Gulf War Image Moonrise over the hills

In Business, April 30, 1991

Gulf War Image Camp Red-Eye has reached full size by now.

 

Gulf War Image The inprocessing area.
Gulf War Image Below: Kurdish workers help erect more tents.
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