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Binding Their Wounds: America's Assault on Its Veterans - Topmiller, Robert J. / Neill, T. Kirby / Herring, George C.
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It is in the nature of our naivete about war that we prepare for combat but rarely for its aftermath. Vietnam vet and historian Robert "Doc" Topmiller began "Binding Their Wounds" while he was still struggling with his own PTSD but died before he could finish the book. Completed by his friends, the book provides an engaging account of America's attitudes and treatment of its veterans, from the revolutionary war forward. Major chapters focus on the failures of the Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs (and its predecessors) to address the needs of vets exposed to radiation in post-World War II military experiments, vets suffering from Gulf War illnesses, and vets exposed to Agent Orange during Vietnam. Particular attention is given to the persistent issues of trauma and suicide in soldiers and veterans. This volume documents strengths and shortcomings of military and VA responses to the needs of our servicemen and women and suggests ways that we can do better, including the avoidance of armed conflict. Rich in personal accounts of veterans, Doc's own story is compellingly woven into the narrative. Binding Their Wounds: America's Assault on Its Veterans Topmiller, Robert J. / Neill, T. Kirby / Herring, George C., Paradigm Publishers

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It is in the nature of our na?vet? about war that we prepare for combat but rarely for its aftermath. Vietnam vet and historian Robert Doc Topmiller began Binding Their Wounds while he was still struggling with his own PTSD but died before he could finish the book. Completed by his friends, the book provides an engaging account of America s attitudes and treatment of its veterans, from the revolutionary war forward. Major chapters focus on the failures of the Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs (and its predecessors) to address the needs of vets exposed to radiation in post World War II military experiments, vets suffering from Gulf War illnesses, and vets exposed to Agent Orange during Vietnam. Particular attention is given to the persistent issues of trauma and suicide in soldiers and veterans. This volume documents strengths and shortcomings of military and VA responses to the needs of our servicemen and women and suggests ways that we can do better, including the avoidance of armed conflict. Rich in personal accounts of veterans, Doc's own story is compellingly woven into the narrative. used books,books Books, Paradigm Publishers

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America's Assault on Its Veterans History of US veterans and the neglect they experience. Offers policy suggestions to improve post-conflict treatment. Author was a US veteran. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-1-59451-572-9, Paradigm Publ

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Binding Their Wounds: America's Assault on Its Veterans

History of US veterans and the neglect they experience. Offers policy suggestions to improve post-conflict treatment. Author was a US veteran.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9781594515729
ISBN (ISBN-10): 1594515727
Paperback
Publishing year: 2011
Publisher: Paradigm Publishers
231 Pages
Weight: 0,345 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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