Die Taktische Medizin – Der notwendige Sanitätsdienst in der modernen Armee

Corporal Kyle Blumenstock, age 19 at the time, was caught by an IED near Fallujah, Iraq in November 2004. His wounds were typical: the unprotected parts of the body are injured by dirt, stones and metal pieces thrown up by the bomb. Both eardrums were torn. By early 2009, he no longer had any permanent damage, was back in the Marine Corps, and served a third tour in Iraq.

Corporal Kyle Blumenstock, age 19 at the time, was caught by an IED near Fallujah, Iraq in November 2004. His wounds were typical: the unprotected parts of the body are injured by dirt, stones and metal pieces thrown up by the bomb. Both eardrums were torn. By early 2009, he no longer had any permanent damage, was back in the Marine Corps, and served a third tour in Iraq.

Corporal Kyle Blumenstock, age 19 at the time, was caught by an IED near Fallujah, Iraq in November 2004. His wounds were typical: the unprotected parts of the body are injured by dirt, stones and metal pieces thrown up by the bomb. Both eardrums were torn. By early 2009, he no longer had any permanent damage, was back in the Marine Corps, and served a third tour in Iraq.

Corporal Kyle Blumenstock, age 19 at the time, was caught by an IED near Fallujah, Iraq in November 2004. His wounds were typical: the unprotected parts of the body are injured by dirt, stones and metal pieces thrown up by the bomb. Both eardrums were torn. By early 2009, he no longer had any permanent damage, was back in the Marine Corps, and served a third tour in Iraq.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *