You have reached a collection of archived material.

The content available is no longer being updated and may no longer be applicable as a result of changes in law, regulation and/or administration. If you wish to see the latest content, please visit the current version of the site.

For persons with disabilities experiencing difficulties accessing content on archive.defense.gov, please use the DoD Section 508 Form. In this form, please indicate the nature of your accessibility issue/problem and your contact information so we can address your issue or question.

United States Department of Defense United States Department of Defense

separator

Airman 1st Class Hildebrand administers immunization shots to a Kurdish woman.Army Specialist interviews a Kurdish woman during processing.Pediatric Nurse Lt. Joyce Siler measures the first Kurdish refugee to become a U.S. citizen.Navy Nurse Lt. Joyce Siler examines the first Kurdish evacuee to become a U.S. citizen.Two young Kurdish evacuees eat fruit at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam.
10/8/199610/3/19969/27/19969/27/19969/18/1996
Rear Adm. David Brewer welcomes Kurdish evacuees to Guam.Kurdish evacuees walk to the reception center at Andersen Air Force Base, Guam.Kurdish evacuees begin filling out paperwork for asylum in the United States.
9/18/19969/18/19969/18/1996

Additional Links

Stay Connected