Persian Gulf War, 1991
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Typescript of an interview of Blad conducted on 19 Nov. 2001. Blad was stationed in Saudi Arabia in 1990 and 1991. He talked about his service during the Persian Gulf War and about the challenges working in a hospital at that time.
Typescript of an interview taken from the included sound tape. No name is found on the item or in the interview, but internal evidence suggests it was an interview with James C. Sproul by an unidentified interviewer. Sproul was probably interviewed as part of research for the book "A Time to Kill: Reflections on War" by Ray Hillam and others. Sproul talks about his experience as a Chinese linguist and his activities when he was deployed to Saudi Arabia during the Gulf War.
Typescript of an interview conducted on 8 Oct. 2001 and typed copies of correspondence from 1991. Blad talks about his experiences in Saudi Arabia in a hospital in 1990 and 1991. The letters were sent to and from Blad in 1991.
Typewritten autobiography. Rushton writes about her experiences as a nurse when assigned to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, her faith in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-days Saints, and her service in the Navy Reserves. She was called up during operation Desert Storm.
Subseries contains interviews and scenic and other footage relating to the military service of Latter-Day Saints in Korea. Dated approximately 2005.
Subseries contains scenic footage and interviews relating to the Saints at War Project. Dated 2005-2008.
Subseries contain interviews with Latter-Day Saint Apostles. Dated 2001-2005.
Series contains DVDs and video cassette recordings of interviews relating to Latter-Day Saints' military and war-time service for the Saints at War Project. Dated approximately 2001-2009.