March 23, 2003

Shoshana Johnson is captured by Iraqi troops, becoming the first black female prisoner of war. After her rescue, Johnson is award the Bronze Star, Purple Heart and the Prisoner of War medals.
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( Photo by Nicolas Khayat )

Shoshana Johnson is captured by Iraqi troops, becoming the first black female prisoner of war. After her rescue, Johnson is award the Bronze Star, Purple Heart and the Prisoner of War medals.

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