Mehmet Ozkan, a Turkish businessman, displays the custom-made suits he sells, mainly to U.S. soldiers, on Camp Prosperity in Baghdad, Iraq. With the help of friends and customers in the military, Ozkan recently reopened his Turkish Sew Shop after a devastating May 1 electrical fire. (
Mehmet Ozkan, a Turkish businessman, displays the custom-made suits he sells, mainly to U.S. soldiers, on Camp Prosperity in Baghdad, Iraq. With the help of friends and customers in the military, Ozkan recently reopened his Turkish Sew Shop after a devastating May 1 electrical fire. ( Hannah Allam/MCT
Mehmet Ozkan, a Turkish businessman, displays the custom-made suits he sells, mainly to U.S. soldiers, on Camp Prosperity in Baghdad, Iraq. With the help of friends and customers in the military, Ozkan recently reopened his Turkish Sew Shop after a devastating May 1 electrical fire. ( Hannah Allam/MCT

When U.S. troops leave Iraq, their tailor may follow them

June 30, 2010 5:02 PM