Ann Wright08/28/10 Mary Glenney
From A Woman's Point of View
Ann Wright is a former United States Army colonel and served actively and as a reservist for the US Army for 29 years. She also served 15 years in the U.S. State Department. Ann re-opened the US Embassy In Kabul with the departure of the Soviet Forces. She volunteered as a foreign service officer in some of the most dangerous and war torn countries in the world. After serving the United States for over 41 years as soldier and diplomat, Ann resigned on the eve of the invasion of the United States into Iraq in March of 2003. Since that time, Ann has devoted her life to peace and trying to get us to withdraw from Iraq and Afghanistan. If in this country, we are going to ever give "peace a chance" we need to listen to Ann's reasons for her life's trajectory.