War Before Lunchtime

Don Gomez writes of his postwar transition in the Guardian:

It is the dark looks in the classroom from fellow students who were in grade school when I was in Baghdad. It is today’s lesson in hubris and failure to be dissected and discussed in an hour before grabbing lunch.

It is being called the hero and the villain simultaneously, and wondering.

Read the whole thing at Carrying the Gun.

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