Stars and Stripes stripes.com 10 Jan, 2021 18:30 am

Iranian missile strike leaves plenty of scars a year later

Iranian missile strike leaves plenty of scars a year later
No U.S. troops were killed despite Iran's use of weapons that were each about 40 feet long and carrying 1,600 pounds of explosives, but 110 survivors were ultimately diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries, some requiring long hospitalizations and intensive therapies.

Bryan Moody, a member of the Kentucky Air National Guard Security Forces, was part of an Air Force security forces team on the night of the Iranian attack.Johnathan Jordan, the operations officer for an Air Force unit present that night.Air Force Tech.Levander's team calculated they could pack in many more, ultimately removing 194 people, according to an award citation first reported by Air Force Times.

Air Force Senior Master Sgt.Bryan Moody, part of an Air Force security forces team on duty.

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