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  The Memory Hole > Military Personnel Wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan: A Photo Gallery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Most Americans haven't seen the growing legion of wounded troops returning from Iraq who are cared for at military facilities sealed off from the public.
The media, in turn, have focused on the hit-and-run guerrilla attacks that claim one or two GIs in Iraq almost daily.
Send photos of the wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan to The Memory Hole [contact info]
www.thememoryhole.org /war/wounded/gallery.htm   (118 words)

  Wounded Knee, South Dakota - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Wounded Knee is a census-designated place located in Shannon County, South Dakota.
It is named for the Wounded Knee Creek which runs through the region.
Wounded Knee has been assigned the ZIP code 57794.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Wounded_Knee,_South_Dakota   (518 words)

 The Wounded Healer
Wounds are thought to be burned away by the sacred flame that ignite the spirit and the return of the Phoenix.
Carl Jung's archetype of 'The Wounded Healer' originated with the Greek myth of Chiron who was physically wounded, and by way of overcoming the pain of his own wounds Chiron became the compassionate teacher of healing.
The wounding was generally brought about as the result of a stupid, careless, thoughtless accident....
www.crystalinks.com /woundedhealer.html   (1286 words)

 GETT Kids Pages: Medical and surgical history, Civil War
For the wounded, the horrors of the battlefield were only equaled by the horrors they experienced in a field hospital.
Wounded soldiers were taken from the field hospitals by horse-drawn ambulances to the new camp where they were housed in large canvas tents.
Still, not all of those wounded men could be saved and many died from the results of their wounds or infection.
www.nps.gov /gett/gettkidz/doctor.htm   (1256 words)

 Wounds - The Wounded Healer
'The Wounded Healer' that Carl Jung was referring to, is the teacher who is able to self-empower others to trust themselves to the extent that they finally give themselves permission to FEEL that which has been too fearfully painful for the emotional body to cope with and FEEL.
This Chironian wounding is an injury to our instinctual nature and and a wounding of trust.
The wounding was generally done by someone close to us - someone we thought well of and trusted.
www.crystalinks.com /woundedhealer2.html   (1686 words)

 Wounded Knee Massacre: Facts and details from Encyclopedia Topic   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Big foot (??-1890) was the leader of the miniconjou who were were killed during the wounded knee massacre....
Wounded knee creek is a tributary of the white river, approximately 50 mi (80 km) long, in southwestern south dakota in the united states.
Wounded soldiers and Native Americans were placed in wagons and taken to Pine Ridge.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/w/wo/wounded_knee_massacre.htm   (2331 words)

 The Seattle Times: Opinion: The loud, clear voice of Iraq war's wounded vets   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
But the swelling ranks of the wounded will be heard as they try to resume their lives in the cities, suburbs and small towns of the United States.
The upsurge of newly wounded veterans would not be so potentially explosive in political terms if the public had confidence in the rightness of the Iraq invasion and ongoing war.
America's physical wounds from the current war cannot be tucked under the national rug.
seattletimes.nwsource.com /html/opinion/2002211043_wounded18.html   (991 words)

 Wounded Knee Introduction
The Wounded Knee Massacre in 1890 (which was originally referred to by the United States army as the Battle of Wounded Knee -- a descriptive moniker that remains highly contested by the Native American community) is known as the event that ended the last of the Indian wars in America.
There, on the snowy banks of Wounded Knee Creek (Cankpe Opi Wakpala), nearly 300 Lakota men, women, and children -- old and young -- were massacred in a highly charged, violent encounter with U.S. soldiers.
The Wounded Knee Massacre, according to scholars, symbolizes not only a culmination of a clash of cultures and the failure of governmental Indian policies, but also the end of the American frontier.
www.bgsu.edu /departments/acs/1890s/woundedknee/WKIntro.html   (296 words)

 Reference.com/Encyclopedia/Wounded Knee Massacre
The Wounded Knee Massacre or the Battle of Wounded Knee was the last armed conflict between the Great Sioux Nation and the United States of America.
It occurred at Wounded Knee, Dakota Territory on December 29, 1890.
Historically, Wounded Knee is generally considered to be the end of the Indian Wars, the series of conflicts between European colonial/U.S. forces and indigenous peoples since at least the 17th century, establishing total U.S. dominance of the frontier.
www.reference.com /browse/wiki/Wounded_Knee_Massacre   (1143 words)

 CNN.com - Military investigates shooting of wounded insurgent - Nov 16, 2004
The wounded men were found in a mosque that Marines said had been the source of small-arms and rocket-propelled grenade fire the previous day.
The Marines told the pool reporter that the wounded men would be left behind for others to pick up and move to the rear for treatment.
The Marines said they are investigating why the wounded Iraqis were left behind for 24 hours and whether the man was killed illegally.
edition.cnn.com /2004/WORLD/meast/11/15/marine.probe   (899 words)

 PBS - THE WEST - Lakota accounts of the massacre at Wounded Knee (1891)
These people were coming toward Pine Ridge agency, and when they were almost on the agency they were met by the soldiers and surrounded and finally taken to the Wounded Knee creek, and there at a given time their guns were demanded.
The women as they were fleeing with their babes were killed together, shot right through, and the women who were very heavy with child were also killed.
Little boys who were not wounded came out of their places of refuge, and as soon as they came in sight a number of soldiers surrounded them and butchered them there.
www.pbs.org /weta/thewest/resources/archives/eight/wklakota.htm   (1843 words)

 Wounded Warriors Project - Wounded Warrior Project   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
These wounded soldiers will return to civilian life minus one or more limbs, or with serious wounds or disfiguring scars, and will face greater challenges today obtaining assistance and finding opportunities that would enable them to provide for themselves and their families.
The Wounded Warrior Project was founded to give a voice to this new generation of veterans facing unique issues and problems.
Wounded Warrior Ryan Kelly developed the idea, and has been speaking out about how much this would mean to recovering soldiers.
www.woundedwarriorproject.org /site/c.iqLTI2OBKlF/b.942583/k.90BD/Wounded_Warriors_Project.htm   (1349 words)

 The Wounded Who Never Die
Just offhand, the number of wounded appears to be three times the number killed.
If the wounds are minor, Sgt. Mike says, the troops are patched up in Iraq and sent back to their units.
One important destination for wounded GIs is Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. I'm told it's loaded with young men missing arms and legs.
www.commondreams.org /views03/1103-06.htm   (972 words)

 Remember the Wounded
Wounds like Lew's -- from what is now called an improvised explosive device -- are more frequent in Iraq than they were in Vietnam.
Like Lew, many wounded veterans can continue to be very productive, but they can at the same time be afflicted by potentially fatal aftereffects.
The nation and its government need to give some thought to ways to honor the wounded and to recognize the full range of impairments suffered by those who have served and sacrificed for their country.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/content/article/2005/05/29/AR2005052900913.html   (777 words)

 Kate Cumming Nurses The Wounded After Chickamauga
The enemy had destroyed part of the railroad, and the wounded were taken to a place called the "Burnt Shed," some twenty miles from the battlefield, there to await transportation on the cars.
The balconies were filled with wounded men, wrapped in their blankets, lying on the floors.
Every corner of the house was filled with wounded, many of them lying upon bunks made out of the branches of trees, a hard bed at any time, but much more so for these poor wounded veterans....
www.civilwarhome.com /katecumming.htm   (1439 words)

 The Wounded Spirit Audio Book
The Wounded Spirit was authored by Frank Peretti and is narrated by Frank Peretti.
The Wounded Spirit is a great audio book to use as a test of this concept.
Get The Wounded Spirit audio book today and start improving your life by gaining knowledge and realize the joy that comes from treating yourself with the respect you deserve.
www.audio-book.ws /books/wounded-spirit.php   (440 words)

 Chiron -- the Wounded Healer
During a skirmish with a rowdy bunch of centaurs (who were all scattering and heading for the hills) — Hercules carelessly, accidentally wounded his friend and mentor, Chiron, in the knee with one of his arrows.
Arrows coated with the blood of the Hydra were known to cause painful wounds that would never heal.
Chiron would never be able to heal from the wound caused by Hercules, and being immortal he could never die....
www.thezodiac.com /chiron2.htm   (674 words)

 THE WOUNDED: Atlantic
De vorige twee albums van The Wounded ‘The Art Of Grief’ (2000) en ‘Monument’ (2002) waren al niet te versmaden maar wat de Nederlandse band ons op ‘Atlantic’ laat horen verdient wereldwijde erkenning.
Na bijna een jaar intensieve arbeid in Frankys Recording Kitchen bracht The Wounded een volwassen en fantastisch album op de markt dat je na een eerste beluistering meteen naar de ‘repeat’ knop doet grijpen.
Heel wat strijkers in zijn kielzog ditmaal trouwens, zodat dit een traag slepend epos geworden is.
www.prog-nose.org /nederlands/albums_2004/wounded_atlantic.htm   (673 words)

 The Wounded Angel   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
At the time, many charity institutions were located in Eläintarha park; in The Wounded Angel the healthy boys are carrying the injured girl towards the Blind Girls' school and the Home for Cripples.
The composition of The Wounded Angel is simple: the road in the foreground, the shore in the middle ground and the water and the opposite shore are all horizontal elements.
The Wounded Angel meant a lot to Hugo Simberg, and he felt it could not be explained.
www.fng.fi /fng/html4/en/peda/project/simberg/txt/enkeli/enkeli.htm   (625 words)

 Vampire-Magazine.com - Concert reviews - The Wounded - March 2nd, 2001 013 Tilburg the Netherlands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Their music should be a mixture of gothic rock and 80's darkwave heavily influenced by bands like Anathema and The Cure so I got quite curious about The Wounded from Emmen, The Netherlands.
The Wounded ended their gig by covering "Empty" by one of my all time favorite bands: Anathema.
The Wounded did a good job this evening and I think it's too bad that they had to play for such a small crowd.
www.vampire-magazine.com /concertreviews.asp?id=51   (360 words)

 Vampire-Magazine.com - Concert reviews - The Wounded, Seraphique - 22-1-2005 Brogum Zierikzee the Netherlands   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
To Elysium was supposed to support The Wounded on this evening, but as everyone knows the band split up just at the beginning of this year.
And I was happy that this girl that was responsible for the sound of Seraphique was not behind the desk at The Wounded because she was so terribly bad (a sucky band with sucky sound is even suckier!).
The Wounded makes songs that go right through the gut, that is more of a rarity these days.
www.vampire-magazine.com /concertreviews.asp?id=149   (705 words)

 CNN.com - Wounded troops treated in Germany - Mar. 24, 2003
A wounded U.S. soldier on a stretcher is taken off a C-141 military plane at Ramstein Air Base.
None of the wounded at Landstuhl is from the 101st Airborne Division, said Capt. Norris Jones, spokesman for European Command.
The 101st's camp in Kuwait was the scene of a grenade attack Sunday by a U.S. soldier who wounded 15 of his fellow soldiers, three of them seriously.
www.cnn.com /2003/WORLD/meast/03/24/sprj.irq.ramstein   (374 words)

 Amazon.com: Wounded: Books: Percival Everett   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
John Hunt, the protagonist of Percival Everett's new novel, Wounded, is above all things a careful man, and he has reason to be -- he is a fl man in rural Wyoming, living on a ranch 30 miles from a small, insular, entirely white town.
Like other highly plotted novels, Wounded is a puzzle, and the solution to the puzzle is visible in the distance.
Wounded is a briskly written novel by an author of ready intelligence and considerable wit who is not shy about taking on complicated issues.
www.amazon.com /exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/1555974279?v=glance   (2027 words)

 COMBAT! Episode Review: The Wounded Don't Cry
A German field hospital, filled with wounded men and cut off by the American advance, becomes the squad's observation post.
In "The Wounded Don't Cry," Saunders has become an embittered soldier, untrusting and unwilling to treat the enemy as a human being.
This is a marked contrast to the Saunders of just two episodes ago in "Masquerade," where he argues for compassion for a wounded German.
www.jodavidsmeyer.com /combat/episodes/wounded_dont_cry.html   (741 words)

 The Wounded Storyteller: A Framework for Illness Narratives
The Wounded Storyteller: A Framework for Illness Narratives
In his book The Wounded Storyteller: Body, Illness, and Ethics (1995), Frank talks about the value of illness narratives, the stories people tell about their experience of illness.
In Frank's own illness narrative, At the Will of the Body (1991), in which he describes his experience with testicular cancer, he tells us that illness is the experience of living through disease.
www.cancerlynx.com /storyteller.html   (724 words)

 The Memory Hole > US Military Personnel Wounded in Iraq & Afghanistan: A Running Log   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
About an hour after being wounded — thanks to their colleagues and a Black Hawk medevac flight — the three U.S. soldiers were receiving some of the world's best medical care at the 28th Combat Support Hospital, south of Baghdad.
He also has serious shrapnel wounds to a flank and his leg, which may require neurosurgery once doctors are able to assess possible damage to his sciatic nerve.
Troops wounded in combat in the nation’s war on terrorism are being handed more than just discharge papers when they leave military hospitals — some also are getting a bill.
www.thememoryhole.org /war/wounded   (9657 words)

 U.S. Marine kills wounded insurgent Petition
The Marines told the pool reporter that the wounded insurgents would be left behind for others to pick up and move to the rear for treatment.
When told by the pool reporter that the men were among those wounded in Friday's firefight, the Marine who fired the shot said, "I didn't know, sir.
About a block away, a Marine was killed and five others wounded by a booby-trapped body they found in a house after a shootout with insurgents.
www.petitiononline.com /as123/petition.html   (583 words)

 PBS News Reports More than 16,000 Wounded and Injured from Iraq War   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Sometimes, it's brutally obvious when the wounded scramble out of a tank hit by a rocket-propelled grenade.
What's missing in the Pentagon's count of the wounded are all the other soldiers — at least 11,000 more, injured or sickened in what the Pentagon considers non-combat circumstances.
The large number of people that are serving in this war, Operation Iraqi Freedom, that are coming home with serious, serious mental problem, physical problems that are going to last them the rest of their lives, are not showing up in these numbers.
www.veteransforcommonsense.org /newsArticle.asp?id=1782   (2741 words)

 Wounded Knee
The town of Wounded Knee, South Dakota was seized on February 27, 1973, by followers of the American Indian Movement (AIM), who staged a 71-day occupation of the area.
When the Wounded Knee operation was initiated it came within the purview of the Special Operations Group (SOG), which had been formed only two years before.
From the beginning of the Wounded Knee operation, McMurtray was assigned as the Specialty Unit Commander with the responsibility of suppressing any heavy fire on the Marshals roadblocks that surrounded the armed AIM dissidents occupying the unhappy hamlet.
www.usdoj.gov /marshals/history/wounded-knee   (835 words)

 The Wounded Knee Massacre - December 1890
At first, the struggle was fought at close quarters, but when the Indians ran to take cover, the Hotchkiss artillery opened up on them, cutting down men, women, children alike, the sick Big Foot among them.
In comparison, army casualties were 25 killed and 39 wounded.
Wounded Knee became a catch phrase for all the wrongs inflicted on Native Americans by the descendants of Europeans.
www.lastoftheindependents.com /wounded.htm   (671 words)

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