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I Believe I Made a Difference

I Believe I Made a Difference

Mr. Williams reflects back to his service as an army medic and realizes how lucky he is compared to the many young medics that did not survive.

Role as Medic a bit Different

Role as Medic a bit Different

Dealing with life and death situations, Mr. Williams tells of the bond amongst comrades and how it differs because of the type of connection he has within the unit.

Home After Bosnia Deployment

Home After Bosnia Deployment

Mr. Williams speaks about his return home and how adjusting to civilian life had its challenges.

Constant Changes in Camp Setup

Constant Changes in Camp Setup

Mr. Williams speaks about the conditions in camp and how things were always changing.

The Limitation of Service

The Limitation of Service

Guided by rules of engagement, Mr. Williams expresses the certain degree of helplessness the medics felt witnessing confrontations amongst the locals.

Rebellious Acts

Rebellious Acts

Locals get control of the hospital and commit numerous acts of violence and destruction. Mr. Williams explains his inability to intervene.

Always on Alert

Always on Alert

Mr. Williams tells of the drastic measures some of the locals would resort to because of extreme poverty.

Treating our Own

Treating our Own

Unlike Bosnia, Mr. Williams speaks of how the medics main responsibility was to treat their own soldiers rather than contribute to the medical needs of the local population.

Ambulance Detail

Ambulance Detail

Mr. Williams describes the type of ambulance driven providing very little protection in times when rebellious acts would be exercised by the locals.

Roto O Operation in Kosovo

Roto O Operation in Kosovo

Mr. Williams talks of a very tense tour re-supplying the troops in the north.

My Deployment to Kosovo

My Deployment to Kosovo

Mr. Williams talks of the dangerous trips in a soft skin ambulance and the conditions the medics faced.

Moving into the Unknown

Moving into the Unknown

Deployed to Kosovo, Mr. Williams speaks about the difficulty in picking up where other medics have left off in an unknown and devastated environment.

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