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LOS ANGELES - JUNE 6:  Former Iraqi war prisoner of war (POW) Shoshana Johnson salutes as she leaves Crenshaw High School June 6, 2003 in Los Angeles, California. Shoshana, the first black female POW, was captured and shot in the ankles during the U.S. invasion of Iraq on March 23 near Nasiriyah along with six other U.S. Army personnel from the El Paso-based 507th Maintenance Company. Johnson was honored at the high school for her service.  (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)
LOS ANGELES - JUNE 6:  Former Iraqi war prisoner of war (POW) Shoshana Johnson salutes as she leaves Crenshaw High School June 6, 2003 in Los Angeles, California. Shoshana, the first black female POW, was captured and shot in the ankles during the U.S. invasion of Iraq on March 23 near Nasiriyah along with six other U.S. Army personnel from the El Paso-based 507th Maintenance Company. Johnson was honored at the high school for her service.  (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

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Despite capture, POW doesn't regret her service

Retired soldier Shoshana Johnson remembers her time as the first African-American female POW and talks about the first time she knew she wanted to serve.

Despite capture, POW doesn't regret her service

Retired soldier Shoshana Johnson remembers her time as the first African-American female POW and talks about the first time she knew she wanted to serve.