RUSH TO DANGER: Medics in the Line of Fire
A unique front-line account of what it is like to be a combat medic. Barris traces his own father's WWII experiences as a medic under fire, and also shows why men and women wearing the Red Cross choose to rush toward danger to help combatants in distress, instead of fleeing to safety. 16 pages of photos.
Item #: 4800559
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