This book is the first poetic account of the "Gulf War" by the Lieutenant who served in the 251st Evacuation Hospital of Columbia, South Carolina. Lieutenant Simmons performed his duty as an Evacuation Officer of the US and Coalition Forces. After the war end, Lieutenant Simmons was given the direct responsibility of medical disposition of the EPOWs or Enemy Prisoners of War (Iraqis). Thus far, he is still denied compensation from the VA of South Carolina. Lieutenant Simmons continues to fight for the rights of Gulf War Vets and other Vets who have served this Great Nation. It is the responsibility of our Government to provide medical and compensation to our Vets...
- Dewey Decimal: 811
- Physical Description: 5.8"x8.8"x0.5"; 0.7 lb; 110 pages
- Edition Info: Hardcover; 2001-04-06
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