My Journey As a Combat Medic by Patrick Thibeault
(From Desert Storm to Operation Enduring Freedom)

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My Journey as a Combat Medic is a no-holds-barred look at the modern medic in the US Army, allowing us a glimpse at the training as a soldier and as a specialist, as well as deployment and front line duties and the impact of service on civilian life, including an honest look at PTSD, from the author’s own personal experience. Rather than a technical manual, My Journey as a Combat Medic is a detailed first hand account, concluding with a letter to new medics, providing a career’s worth of advice and knowledge as they begin their journeys.
 

About Patrick Thibeault

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Patrick Thibeault has served in the US Army in various capacities since the 1990s, originally training as a Airborne soldier before specialising as a combat medic.
 
Published July 24, 2012 by Osprey Publishing. 201 pages
Genres: History, War, Biographies & Memoirs, Travel. Non-fiction

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With his stomach snarled in knots and sweat stinging his eyes, Thibeault jumped from the Army aircraft, the jolt of his open parachute giving way to a gentle descent back to earth.

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