My husband was a civilian hauling fuel in the convoy to the military bases. He hit an IED, and is still recovering (July 2005). I was able to get his medical records from Landstuhl, but nothing from the Combat support hospital in Baghdad. From the documentary Baghdad ER I can see why. They are strickly concentrating on saving lives. There is no time to document, they do what ever has to be done, even grab a soldier if they need blood (no time to test to see if there has been exposure to any diseases).
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