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Guest: Hamody Jasim is a native born Iraqi from Baghdad, Iraq. At only age 18 he was the youngest Sergeant Major ever in the Iraqi Military history. He befriended many Americans as they worked together from 2003-2008. Because of his loyalty to the Americans and the type of intelligence information he was able to get he was recruited by the U.S. Intelligence Agencies to work for them and supply them with much needed intelligence information. In 2008 Hamody was proud to call the United States his home after defeating al-Qaeda and protecting the Americans. Today he is currently getting his degree in Political Science and hopes to move on into a career where he can continue to help and inspire others. http://www.theterroristwhisperer.com/
Dedication: Marine Major Megan Malia Leilani McClung, on December 6, 2006 was the first female United States Marine Corps officer killed in combat during the Iraq War. Major McClung was serving as a public affairs officer in Al Anbar Province, Iraq when she was killed
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