What did the real M.A.S.H. look like?


Back when I was in college, one of my favorite times was hanging out with my buddies and watching M.A.S.H. (mobile army surgical hospital). It was a funny (and at times, sobering) show about a mobile hospital unit stationed right near the battle lines during the Korean War.
Reading MASH- an Army Surgeon in Korea by Otto F. Apel, Jr. and Pat Apel , I was just mesmerized. Reading a first hand account of what life was like in a M.A.S.H. unit left me inspired with what our doctors and soldiers did and still do in war to protect this country’s freedoms.
Treat yourself to reading this book and grow in your gratefulness for the courage and patriotism of our soldiers and medical personnel.


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