A long, long time ago there were five college students living in a three-bedroom house. There was an ugly couch, a wonky heating system and plenty of beer. After graduation they went their separate ways and then Facebook came along to reunite them. As I became reconnected with one of these roommates, I learned that he had written a book.
The X-Roommate’s book is a memoir of his service as an Air Force Reserves Flight Nurse. Captain Ed ‘Riv’ Hrivnak flew on missions into Bagdad, Iraq to evacuate injured soldiers during Operation Iraqi Freedom. Along with the members of his unit, they treated and transported thousands of injured soldiers to Ramstein, Germany during their tour.
“WOUNDED – A Legacy of Operation Iraqi Freedom” is Hrivnak’s story of in-flight medicine, ingenuity of the Air Force Reserves, their sacrifices and the stories of the wounded soldiers he cared for. Upon…
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