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Riassunto: Soldiers Saving Soldiers is the story of the 18th Surgical Hospital and the hundreds of doctors, nurses, medics and support personnel who were stationed at Pleiku, South Vietnam during the Vietnam War. In particular, it centers on the experiences of Dr. Jerry W. Martin, who stationed there from June 1966-June 1967.
Part combat hospital and part medical clinic for Vietnamese and Montagnard villagers, the 18th Surgical Hospital served as a vital lifeline and saved the lives of thousands of American servicemen, enemy combatants and local families throughout the Vietnam War. Like their fellow countrymen who fought the war, the men and women of the 18th Surgical Hospital have been forever changed by their experiences in Vietnam, both good and bad.
The book also presents the entire history of the unit, from its origins in 1928 through World War II, and then from reactivation in Vietnam through 1971. In addition, Dr. Martin presents the day-to-day life of a field surgeon with a look at dozens of surgical procedures and their outcomes (with detailed full-color case photographs, plus nearly 500 photographs of people and places throughout Vietnam. Soldiers Saving Soldiers is an excellent book for veterans, their families and military historians, and also presents excellent case studies for medical professionals and modern-day field surgeons.
About the Author: Jerry W. Martin, M.D., was born in Providence (Webster County), Kentucky, on November 28, 1935, to Charles R. Martin, Jr. and Rosena Playl Martin. He graduated from Providence High School in 1954 and continued his education at Vanderbilt University in 1954-55 (Sigma Nu), B.S. from Western Kentucky State College, 1958 and M.D. at University of Louisville College of Medicine in 1963 (Alpha Kappa Kappa). He married Jimmie D. Hobgood on December 18, 1955. They have two daughters, Melissa Martin Johnson, R.N., Mary Elizabeth Martin, B.S., D.V.M. and a son, Charles Stanley Martin, B.S., B.A., M.A., J.D., one grandchild, Elizabeth Johnson Hathaway, B.A., and one great grandchild, Sarah Elizabeth Hathaway. After engaging in the private practice of Medicine, Surgery, and Obstetrics in Bowling Green, Kentucky for one and one-half years, he was drafted into the United States Army, receiving the Reserve Commission of Captain in the Medical Corps on January 15, 1966. Following graduation from the Army Medical Services Officers Basic Course (Diploma, March 5, 1966) at the Medical Field Service School, Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas, he was assigned to the 18th Surgical Hospital (MA), then located at Fort Gordon, Georgia (March 14, 1966 to June 16, 1966).
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Descrizione libro Acclaim Press, 2011. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Used: Very Good. Nice clean copy. No writing or highlighting. Unmarked inside and out. Codice libro della libreria MFDA1-289m
Descrizione libro Acclaim Press, 2011. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Very Good. Codice libro della libreria P021935001787
Descrizione libro Acclaim Press, 2011. Hardcover. Condizione libro: Like New. Codice libro della libreria P011935001787
Descrizione libro Acclaim Press, 2011. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P111935001787