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Beyond the Battlefield: The War Goes on for the Severely Wounded

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In March 2011, The Huffington Post commissioned its veteran war correspondent, David Wood, to document the struggles of severely wounded veterans, their families, and the medics, surgeons, nurses, psychologists and researchers dedicated to their healing. Wood spent nine months in their world.

The result is our third e-book, "Beyond the Battlefield," an intimate portrait of
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Kindle Edition, 1st Edition, 143 pages
Published December 12th 2011 by BookBrewer, Huffington Post Media Group
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David Wood won a Pulitzer Prize for the essential reporting he did on veterans who have returned from Afghanistan and Iraq with debilitating physical and emotional wounds. The stories he collected during a year's worth of work are simultaneously heartbreaking and inspiriting. American troops are surviving wounds that would have killed them only a few years ago, but they have to live with afflictions that make it difficult to return to civilian life.

Wood, a veteran war reporter, discusses how the
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David Wood is the senior military correspondent for The Huffington Post. His series on severely wounded veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for national reporting.
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