Humanitarian expert Stafford Clarry recounts his experience coordinating humanitarian assistance for the flood of 750,000 Kurdish refugees fleeing to the border of Turkey in 1991 in the fallout of the First Gulf War. He talks about working with the support of 11 militaries aiding a population fearing chemical attacks by the government of Saddam Hussein.
Storyteller: Stafford Clarry
Date of Story: March-April, 1991
Location of Story: Incirlik Air Base, Turkey
Location: Erbil, Kurdistan Region of Iraq
Date: 20 April, 2016