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This profile was last updated on 11/12/04  and contains information from public web pages.

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Web References - News - ISU pays tribute to university's soldiers 11/12/04, 12 Nov 2004 [cached]
> NORMAL -- During her deployment in Kuwait as a truck driver with the Army National Guard, Tammy Johnson frequently maneuvered the vehicle while pointing an M-16 rifle out the window.
So when she was scolded by her parents in August for leaving a friend's house at midnight, she was surprised and a bit taken aback.
"I was getting into the mode of being a daughter when I thought, 'Where was I two weeks ago,'" said Johnson, 25, of Bloomington, who served with the 1244th Transportation Co. based in North Riverside.
"I had just spent a year and a half driving a five-ton truck through a combat zone," she said, recalling the incident.
Johnson, a graduate student in political science at Illinois State University, was one of two featured speakers Thursday at the university's Veterans Day Ceremony in the Bowling and Billiards Center.About 100 people attended.
Johnson and her unit were stationed in Kuwait but she often drove into Iraq to deliver supplies and weapons.Among the cities Johnson went to were Baghdad and Fallujah, currently the focus of an intense American military effort to rid the area of insurgents.
"When we were in Iraq we were always locked and loaded," Johnson said."We had to drive with our M-16's pointed out the windows."
Among the items carried on the 30-foot bed of Johnson's truck were medical supplies, equipment for Army and Marine units, missiles and grenades.
While carrying a load of grenades, Johnson said she was always mindful of potholes.
"Especially at night," she said."Sometimes you couldn't miss them, but we tried to be careful."
Johnson was called up in January 2003.She had 36 hours notice before being deployed.During her remarks Thursday, she applauded the university for having procedures in place to help soldiers.
"They tied up any loose ends I couldn't deal with before leaving," she said, noting she likely will return to classes at ISU in January. - News - Daily Digest 11/04/04, 4 Nov 2004 [cached]
Tammy Johnson, Army National Guard 1244th Transportation Company, will speak about her recent tour in Iraq.
The Southern Illinoisan, 13 Sept 2001 [cached]
Tammy Johnson , a social work intern from Southern Illinois University Carbondale , helped with both groups.
We let them express their feelings , views and opinions , Cox said.After today we'll just talk individually with students if they're still struggling with their feelings..She said one student became upset when she wasn't allowed to speak by phone with her brother , who is serving in the Army.That's when it gets tough..
Cox said she's gratified at the networking going on between counselors , teachers and others.Several groups have e-mailed tips for teachers to deal with children's questions and fears.
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