Here’s the latest edition of Some Stories You Won't Find on any other Sunday show:

Last month we paid tribute to American troops who have died in Iraq with a segment we called "What We've Accomplished." And we promised to follow up with stories about how U.S. soldiers are making life better in that country.

Open Wide and Smile

A Reserve unit from the 478th Civil Affairs Battalion noticed that children in Baghdad (search) did not have access to such basic health products as toothbrushes and toothpaste. So, they got supplies for the kids.

Now teachers help students brush their teeth -- every day -- after snack time.

Man on the Street Interviews

In Al Anbar province -- part of the Sunni Triangle -- American soldiers are helping distribute equipment that was donated to seven Iraqi television stations by a group called the Spirit of America.

One station now does "man on the street" interviews -- one more example of a free press.

New Library Books Delivered

Thanks to the generosity of several American universities, U.S. GI's delivered 34 crates of books to the library at the Iraqi Natural History Museum.

It had been 20 years since new books were added to the library.

And we promise to keep looking for more stories.