Tuesday, May 23, 2006

 

WOMEN LOSE LIMBS IN WAR



Limbs Lost to Enemy Fire, Women Forge a New Reality

By Donna St. George

Her body had been maimed by war. Dawn Halfaker lay unconscious at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, her parents at her bedside and her future suddenly unsure. A rocket-propelled grenade had exploded in her Humvee, ravaging her arm and shoulder. The Iraq war is the first in which so many women......

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