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A Greenwich Veteran of Vietnam Shares his Story of Work in a MASH Unit in Frankfurt, Germany

“In 1967, citing my six years studying for the Catholic priesthood, I applied for and received conscientious objector status. My Army draft notice came in January 1968 and I was sent, along with many other conscientious objectors, to Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio to be trained as a field medic. Field medics are the Army’s first responders and face the same dangers as their fellow soldiers do in a firefight. And the same terror.” – Joe Kantorski, Greenwich Continue Reading →

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