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Conventional Warfare: Ballistic, Blast, and Burn Injuries

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Conventional Warfare: Ballistic, Blast, and Burn Injuries
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Publisher: Office of the Surgeon General
ISBN/ASIN: B000H3XG88
Number of pages: 396

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Because modern warfare will continue to rely on soldier-to-soldier fighting, conventional munitions will be a significant source of casualties regardless of the sophisticated weaponry. Ballistic, blast, and burn injuries in austere settings will continue to demand the attention of the medical corps in order to provide the best possible care and to save lives.

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