W. Lee Warren

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W. Lee Warren, MD is an author, neurosurgeon, and Iraq War veteran.

His last book, No Place to Hide, was named to the 2015 U.S. Air Force Chief of Staff's Recommended Reading List.

Dr. Warren has appeared on The 700 Club, the CBS Evening News, and his writings have been featured in Guideposts magazine.

Dr. Warren practices neurosurgery at The Wyoming Medical Center. He plays the guitar and loves to make connections between faith, science, and the realities of life.

Dr. Warren lives in Wyoming with his wife, Lisa.

Dr. Warren has appeared on The 700 Club, in Guideposts Magazine, and on radio and podcast interviews all over the world.


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“The last thing I saw before darkness enveloped me was a stain on my DCU pants from the vanilla latte I’d spilled on my leg after I’d stopped at the coffee shop next to the DFAC on my way to the chapel. Nice, I thought, I’m flying into battle smelling of Starbucks. Very GI Joe. No wonder the Army guys make fun of us”
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“Show me another army in the world full of soldiers willing to sacrifice their own blood for their enemies.”
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