M*A*S*H, CSH, and Baghdad ER

In the last year my wife and I have taken to watching every season of the TV series M*A*S*H. Today I just bought the final season. The series really tries to present life in a war zone, albeit in a way that would appeal to American TV viewers. The cumulative effect of eleven seasons of MASH served to make me interested in war through the eyes of medical servicemen and women. You may be interested to know that Mobile Army Service Hospitals MASH were officially decommissioned last October and replaced by Combat Support Hospitals (CSH). I had been wanting to see the documentary Baghdad ER for some time and have now learned that it’s available for free download online.


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