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In the Heat of War

In the Heat of War

Mr. Wiseman describes his presence in Bosnia as a real eye opener while being there for the purpose of providing humanitarian aid.

Duties of the UN

Duties of the UN

Mr. Wiseman describes the responsibility and the value of the UN presence in Bosnia.

Meeting the Locals

Meeting the Locals

Mr. Wiseman tells of speaking with the locals and trying to understand their culture and means of survival.

Parachutes to Pants

Parachutes to Pants

Mr. Wiseman describes the level of survival the Bosnian people went to in order to clothe their children and obtain food in the town.

Flaming Torches

Flaming Torches

Mr. Wiseman describes the sight of torches by the locals when going up the mountains to gather food from the drop zone.

Desperate for Survival

Desperate for Survival

 

Assisting at the Hospital

Assisting at the Hospital

Mr. Wiseman describes the sights witnessed within the hospital and the horrific conditions of the wounded.

Evacuating the Injured

Evacuating the Injured

Mr. Wiseman relates the harsh reality of being a soldier while evacuating the injured being separated from their family.

Protection with a Firearm

Protection with a Firearm

Mr. Wiseman explains the level of readiness a soldier has to have while under constant threat of intimidation.

Playing Tricks for Fun

Playing Tricks for Fun

Mr. Wiseman shares a funny story of how he tricked a fellow soldier when buying bread from the locals.

Living Like the Refugees

Living Like the Refugees

Mr. Wiseman shares his realization of how the military service in Bosnia effected himself and his family when returning home.

Bothered by the Sound of Crying

Bothered by the Sound of Crying

Mr. Wiseman tells of being on guard patrol, hearing the sound of crying, yet not being able to assist because of a mother’s fear of the soldier’s presence

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