Letters From War - “Normal” Life, Gunfights and Helicopters

The definition of what constitutes a “normal” day varies greatly around the world. As Don Harward explains, in war zones like Afghanistan, a “normal” thing like taking a shower before breakfast might include listening to rockets landing in one’s back yard—and a “normal” day’s work might include getting one’s helicopter riddled with bullets.

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