Northwest of Eden by Yancy Caruthers

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B.R.A.G. Medallion Honoree, 2015

Northwest of Eden is a real story of dust, blistering heat, treating wounded soldiers, and surviving the emotional toll of war. As a leader in an Army emergency room and in charge of an air transport team, I didn't see combat, but instead saw the war in all its ugliness. This is the story about the people, the team, and the silly stuff we did to each other just to stay sane. No politics - it didn’t matter whether we should have been there or not. We were, and we had a job to do. It's funny, scary, and tragic, all on the same page - because that's how it was.

About Yancy Caruthers

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Yancy Caruthers retired from twenty years of service in the U.S. Army Reserve after completing his second deployment to Iraq. He served his country for five more years as a diplomat abroad, before returning to his home state of Missouri where he now lives with his family.
Published April 24, 2014 185 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction, Biographies & Memoirs, History, War. Non-fiction

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