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‘Something we would see in a war zone’: Military surgeons on the wounds they treated
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Maj. Charles Chesnut and Lt. Col. Jason Compton, both U.S. Air Force surgeons, volunteered to treat people who were wounded in the Las Vegas shooting on Oct. 1.
Maj. Charles Chesnut and Lt. Col. Jason Compton, both U.S. Air Force surgeons, volunteered to treat people who were wounded in the Las Vegas shooting on Oct. 1.
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