Glasser sheds light on the profound wounds, physical and emotional, that our troops face in Iraq In this gripping account of the human cost of the war in Iraq, Dr Ronald Glasser offers an unparalleled description of the horror endured daily by the troops on the ground Written by the author of bestselling 365 Days, this critical analysis focuses on those wounded in combat Throughout, Glasser compares the U.S military engagement in Vietnam to the current involvement in Iraq, drawing significant and frightening parallels With than 10,000 American soldiers and 100,000 Iraqis already injured, Wounded is tragically relevant This timely account is a powerful reminder of the physical, financial, and psychological costs of war that will only grow important as our wounded continue to come home....
|Title||:||Wounded: Vietnam to Iraq|
|Publisher||:||George Braziller Inc 1 edition July 17, 2006|
|Number of Pages||:||151 pages|
|File Size||:||773 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Wounded: Vietnam to Iraq Reviews
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After rereading the book
great read. I very much enjoyed the stories that Dr Glasses shared.
As always Glassser brings a thoughtful, well reasoned perspective to the costs of war in medical terms. We forget the lingering costs both financial and emotional that follow wars by decades. Not an anti-war piece but certainly one that would make a thinking person lean that way
I got a copy of Glasser's Vietnam book "365 Days" when it first was published. It was a real good description of the mindset of the troops in those days. I find his analysis of the changes in Military medical thinking rather interesting in this "Vietnam to Iraq" transition. It gives the reader a lot to think about , in terms of the concept of 'No Man Left Behind' and some other 'Save your Buddy' themes. Glasser has done his homework. I found his writing to be provoking me to rethink much of my attitude regarding post-op treatment and V A programs.
This is a must read book for,any military medical person, anyone interested in military medicine and Dr Glasser's insights on both wars are enlightening. I heard the echo of my own words explaining casualties in Iraq when I read his words. I did 3 tours as an Army Physician Assistant in Iraq and a tour during Desert Storm as a 91C in a MASH unit. It is a short read but chock full of great ideas, in site and reasonings for casualty care in both Viet Nam and Iraq. This is a don't miss gotta have book!
Every American should read this little book. Dr. Glasser describes the physical and mental conditions that will stay with the veterans of Iraq/Afghanistan for the rest of their lives.
I forgot what Glasser said. Did he say we Americans can't afford the destruction to the human body that is currently going on in Iraq? Say it again Ronald.