Support War Resisters

Resister James Burmeister

Sir, No Sir!
Sir! No Sir! is a powerful film that shows how GI resistance to the Vietnam War infested the entire armed services, flourishing in army stockades, navy brigs, in the dingy towns that surround military bases, and throughout the battlefields of Vietnam. Organize an event to screen this film in your community!

Army Specialist Mark Wilkerson
On Thursday, August 31st, Army Specialist Mark Wilkerson joined the growing numbers of war resisters speaking out about their refusal to participate in the illegal war in Iraq. With the support of CODEPINK, after being AWOL for a year and a half, Mark issued a public statement from Camp Casey and then turned himself in to Fort Hood to face the consequences of his courageous decision.

Lt. Ehren Watada
For the first time in the Iraq war, an officer in the U.S. Military, Lt. Ehren Watada has publicly refused orders and will be brought to court-martial this summer. On this webpage you'll find a letter from Carolyn, Ehren’s mom, and find out more about his case. The most up-to-date info about Eren can be found at

Support Suzanne Swift!
Army Specialist Suzanne Swift refused to return to Iraq because of the extreme duress she suffered in the form of sexual harassment at the hands of three of her commanding officers. Swift has since been diagnosed with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), and after going AWOL, she was arrested and is currently in jail. On this webpage you can find out how you can support Suzanne Swift with letters and calls to her Congresspeople and Army superiors. Visit for the most up-to-date info about Suzanne.