Combat Medics Unite After Forming Special Connection A Decade Ago

Combat medic Daniel Badillo cared for three soldiers, including his platoon leader Lt. John Conte, when his unit came under a grenade attack in Afghanistan in 2011. Ten years later, service members from all over the country gathered in Little Rock to help a hospital overwhelmed by Covid cases. The assignment led to a chance meeting between Badillo and Conte’s sister Juliette, who was inspired to become a combat medic after Badillo saved her brother’s life.
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13 thoughts on “Combat Medics Unite After Forming Special Connection A Decade Ago

  1. Two months after losing a 20 year war that cost $300M a day, US arms dealers are back on the gravy train making submarines for Australia.

    America bombed Muslims in Afghanistan, Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Pakistan, Palestine, Syria, Somalia, Sudan, Tunisia and Yemen.

    Meanwhile the US Infrastructure bill is still being argued and Japan's oldest bullet trains from 1964 still embarrass the US.

    7 children now, no weapons of mass destruction then. US intelligence?

  2. The withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan took place in the context of the Doha Agreement signed on 29 February 2020 by the Trump administration and the Taliban. The agreement made by the Trump administration and the Taliban also called for the release of 5,000 Taliban members who were in Afghan prisons. A Congressional Research Service report said the release was completed in September 2020. 🤔

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