- American Contractors & the Middle East Wars
- Living in the Shadow of the Iraq Conflict
Linda J Johnson speaks about a forgotten group who have stood as force multipliers to our U.S. military since we began the Iraq / Afghanistan wars.
Linda is dedicated to all of those brave men and women who have sacrificed home and country to work inside Iraq or Afghanistan during a time of conflict.
If you have worked alongside our military, I thank you for your valiant efforts. To the families left behind, I applaud your bravery and selfless dedication as you supported your loved ones in their decision to go.
Our stories are never heard and are demonized by media and through telling our family’s story, she discusses the issues that are relevant to many families.
Many Americans only know military contractors from the little they have read in the media, which hasn’t always portrayed a pleasant picture.
Linda J Johnson is bringing to light the real story behind her family’s sacrificing for their country in this capacity. She believes her story reflects thousands of American families who have been involved in the deployment of a loved one in support of our troops!
Faced with a job shortage on the Island of Kauai; Linda’s husband responded to a recruitment ad for a military contractor and his decision changed their lives forever.
Linda began writing a journal to capture what he and their youngest son was seeing out on the battlefield, as well as what she was seeing in the changing of America.
Through drastic ups and downs, Linda and Richard persevered with faith and pride in his work and in the U.S., constantly battling the negative attitude portrayed by the MSM towards military contractors and the war.
Learn what their lives are like when Living in the Shadow of the Iraq Conflict.
Linda J. Johnson, (doctorate in Christian education) certification as a CISD (critical incident stress debriefor). She is an ordained minister and an internationally endorsed community services chaplain.
Linda contributes to the community as a substitute teacher and has headed up the 9/11 project for Awakening America.
Her husband is on 5th tour as DOD Civilian Army and her youngest son (a vet) is on 2nd tour