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Houchins, Jason L.
May 2007
Sea Power;May2007, Vol. 50 Issue 5, p18
The article shares the experience of the author who is a naval corpsman of the U.S. Navy, regarding the pressures and dangers of duty in Iraq. He relates his job being the person to provide medical support to Marine units in places like the violent Anbar province and the Afghan-Pakistan border. He also states how they manage their lives as corpsmen, and tells about what activities they do during their service.


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