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In war, they say, there are no unwounded soldiers. Brian Castner came back from three tours of duty in the Middle East with psychic wounds and memories that he could not extinguish. His two stints as an Explosive Ordnance Disposal commander inserted him into situation after situation where decisions and timing made the difference between life and total dismemberment. Vivid and deeply humane, Castner's memoir of his experiences and their aftermath expose dimensions of modern warfare that all too few of us accept. A first-person account in the tradition of Michael Herr's Dispatches.