Shoshana Johnson on Life After Iraq In the early weeks of the Iraq war, United States Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson spent 22 days as a prisoner of war after her convoy was ambushed near Nasiriyah. Johnson talks about becoming America's first African American female P.O.W. and life after being released.
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Shoshana Johnson on Life After Iraq

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Shoshana Johnson on Life After Iraq

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Shoshana Johnson on Life After Iraq — In the early weeks of the Iraq war, United States Army Spc. Shoshana Johnson spent 22 days as a prisoner of war after her convoy was ambushed in the southern city of Nasiriyah. Johnson talks about becoming America's first African American female P.O.W. and life after being released.