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Spokane Valley Army medic Adam Sahlberg trains the next generation to be prepared for worst-case scenarios

I am in a unique position of witnessing the worst war has to offer on both the active battlefield and in the reactive hospital (better known as an aid station). ... I get to experience firsthand the bullets flying overhead and…

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