US Aims To Improve Care of Military Casualties
Just over two months ago, Air Force Technical Sergeant Michael Williams was confronted by an exploding landmine during an operation in Afghanistan.
Despite sustaining critical injuries, the explosive ordnance disposal technician managed to stand by himself for the first time just three weeks after coming face to face with the device.
His remarkable recovery is down to the treatment and rehabilitation program put in place for US military casualties, from the battlefield to the home.
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