"It's a complete shock... It's like a horror movie."
"I have the skills and responsibility to help others, whether they are a soldier or a civilian"
“I did what I would hope someone would do for one of my family members.”
John Gaultier kept treating his fellow soldiers even after German shrapnel hit him in the thumb and foot.
"Being an Army combat medic is beyond rewarding and I have no regrets about picking this career field."
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