Cheakalos, Christina; Stambler, Lyndon
November 2002
Scholastic Scope;11/1/2002, Vol. 51 Issue 5, p12
Focuses on a group of Native American teenage girls who call themselves the Dragon Slayers and volunteer as emergency medical technicians to provide emergency medical care to people in trouble in Aniak, Alaska. Difficulties in travel and communication in Aniak; Reason why the Dragon Slayers was founded by Vietnamese vet Pete Brown; Lessons taught by Brown in his emergency trauma training classes; Accolades won by the group.


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