Day to Day: 'Stop-Lossed' In Iraq

Capt. Nate Rawlings Takes Your Questions

Capt. Nate Rawlings in Iraq Rawlings thought he'd be spending the next few months applying to film school. Instead, the Princeton alum is serving as an Army officer in Iraq. He has been "stop-lossed," meaning he was required to return to Iraq despite the fact that he completed his original terms of service.

Throughout the past few months, he has been taking listeners' questions and writing about his experiences. Most recently, he wrote about a sergeant who registered 500 voters in five days from his military base in Baghdad. You can find all Capt. Rawlings' essays here and you can send him a question through this form.

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