samhill wrote:Take it from an OB/GYN BS, the man is a pure coward if he witnessed a live birth & did nothing about it, then again this is also coming from a man that likes to hint as to being a flight surgeon during V.N..
That's the way it was done back then. What you THINK you know and what is actually true are usually two different things.
And I don't know if you know any surgeons, but if a student spoke up, he would have woke up in the ER.
And I don't know who you are to question a mans service? If you can find anywhere he said he was IN
Vietnam, please present it.
http://pabook.libraries.psu.edu/palitma ... onald.html
Paul served in the United States Air Force as a flight surgeon for several years (1963-1965). While in the air force, Paul reached the rank of Captain. Directly after his service in the air force, Paul worked again as a flight surgeon for the United States Air National Guard (1965-1968).