Soldiering Through The Silent Battle

Soldiering Through The Silent Battle

By Geraldine Cook
March 09, 2010

Amidst the mid-day Caribbean heat and with anguished pleas for food, water and shelter resonating in his ears, U.S. Army Maj. Rob Schultz’s dusty boots tread the steep
roads of Port-au-Prince, Haiti, like they have for the past twenty-some days.

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