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Through the eyes of a combat medic, Marty Shirbroun

Marty Shirbroun

Through the eyes of a combat medic, Marty Shirbroun

a soldier"s story

by Marty Shirbroun

  • 157 Want to read
  • 6 Currently reading

Published by Xlibris Corp. in [United States] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical personnel,
  • United States,
  • American Personal narratives,
  • Vietnam War, 1961-1975,
  • United States. Army. Infantry Division, 8th Battalion, 3rd. Company D,
  • Medical care,
  • United States. Army,
  • Regimental histories,
  • Biography,
  • Dak To, Battle of, Vietnam, 1967

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS557.8.D33 S55 2009
    The Physical Object
    Pagination208 p. ;
    Number of Pages208
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25242771M
    ISBN 109781436361545
    LC Control Number2008907045

      No time for nerves: D-Day through the eyes of a combat medic. By Military Health Systems Communications Staff June 8, Share on Twitter; Share on Facebook; Share on Reddit. CAMP SCANIA, Iraq — As a combat medic, Spc. Chris Barron never imagined he’d have to fire his rifle in Iraq. His buddy, Spc. Carl Jackson, figured he’d never get “blowed up.”.

      The Mad Medic I was a Combat Certified Army Medic for 6 years 3 months. I deployed twice to Iraq, and also worked in the Darnall ER. In that time I've learned a lot. I've lived through triumph and tragedy, and have come out stronger and wiser for it. This is my life, craziness and all. Enjoy. View my complete profile.   You Know You're A Combat Medic When.. You have a patch that reads 'medics here to save your ass, not kiss it!' pinned inside your BDU. You've ever told a patient to 'move toward the light.' You've ever run out of linens, syringes, IV fluid, meds, and patience, all at the same time.

      the last of us - Combat Medic - Bookstore Giggle Geezer The player has 12 weeks to hold out by keeping their clan alive through collecting supplies during the . Experiences of a Combat Medic. Series. I left the army after close to a two year tenure as a combat medic. For reasons pertaining to official secrets I cannot reveal which country I am from specifically but I can tell you that I was based in South East Asia. I have been deployed overseas but my job scope revolved mostly around supporting.


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Shirbroun, Marty. Through the eyes of a combat medic, Marty Shirbroun: a soldier’s story. United States: Xlibris Corp. ISBN The Combat Medic of today is the most technically advanced ever produced by the United States Army.

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THE DAMAGE DONE. million estimated Iraqi deaths due to U.S. invasion of Iraq (based on medical studies of increase in violent deaths in Iraq post). 6, U.S. troops killed in Iraq and Afghanistan ().

million U.S. troops who have been deployed to Iraq & Afghanistan (). Iraq and Afghanistan veterans with disability status (). The soldier's angel. My video of thanks to all the men and woman who have and will sacrifice their time, their families and their lives to help another, even a.

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I went to college for a few years as well, so I will be entering as a PFC. The book was hard to put down because I enjoyed it so much. The book did a thorough job not only describing certain events, but also giving the reader access into the thoughts and emotions that come with being a medic.

I highly encourage all EMS personnel (military or civilian) and anybody else who is interested in the subject to read this book/5. Home of the Combat Medic, Corpsman, Pararescuemen and Infantry. likes. This Group is dedicated to Combat Medics, Corpsmen and Air Force Pararescue who supported the Infantry as Line Medics Followers:.

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Published by User, 21 years ago As one of the ten men featured in this book, it was both an honor and a humbling experience to reveal the most intimate moments of my entire life to the world in print.5/5(4).

I'm not sure about the Special Forces part, but my cousin went through the combat medic training then went straight to Ranger School and joined up with an Infantry unit.

He wanted to go into the 75th, but there were no slots for him.