This month's national geographic, 12/06, has a really good article on Military Medicine and how it relates to the low morbidity rate of injured soldiers. They give a good time line on how they deal with the wounded from medivacing them to regional hospitals, then to Landstuhl and back to Bethseda or Brooke Army Mediccal Center. They have a segment of helping wounded soldiers re adjust back in the states. It clarifies a lot of concerns I had about underreporting and details the advances that the US has made in this medical area. Very good read, suggest you taking gander, sorry no naked women though.