Iraq/Afghanistan Veterans Project
Veteran Interest/Referral Form
The Iraq/Afghanistan Veterans Project (IAVP) aims to further historical understanding of both the Iraq and Afghanistan wars and the Global War on Terror from the veterans’ point of view.
Veterans of these wars interested in sharing their stories, or anyone who wishes to refer a veteran who may be interested, please fill out this form.
Interviews can take place on campus, or remotely with a laptop or smart phone. Questions will be provided in advance, and veterans can remain anonymous.
Support for the project has generously been provided by the Jacob Ferree Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Wal-Mart, and other donors.
Growing out of a joint effort between Robert Morris and Moon Township to get a local neighborhood included on the National Register of Historic Places, the Oral History Center facilitates research into recent American history, allows students to get involved in oral interviews, and serves as a repository of archival materials.
The center is located in 328 Patrick Henry Hall, on the RMU Campus.