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Hero's Highway : A Chaplain's Journey Toward Forgiveness Inside a Combat Hospital
by Chaplain Norris Burkes




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After 9/11, Chaplain Norris Burkes assumed the unenviable job of notifying families of those killed in combat. After his 25th such announcement, he volunteered for deployment to serve as the senior chaplain in the Air Force Field Hospital in Balad, Iraq. Inside the busiest trauma center in the world, Burkes stood with the combat wounded as they struggled to overcome both physical and moral injuries, mourn their losses, and face he issues of forgiveness. From his combat landing in Iraq, to his crash-landing four months later at Baltimore-Washington International, this book will take you side-by-side with the bravest of the brave. Contact Chaplain Norris at [email protected] or P.O. Box 247, Elk Grove, CA 95759. Twitter @chaplain. Leave your recorded comments at (843) 608-9715. Read his syndicated column at www.thechaplain.net.

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Overview

After 9/11, Chaplain Norris Burkes assumed the unenviable job of notifying families of those killed in combat. After his 25th such announcement, he volunteered for deployment to serve as the senior chaplain in the Air Force Field Hospital in Balad, Iraq. Inside the busiest trauma center in the world, Burkes stood with the combat wounded as they struggled to overcome both physical and moral injuries, mourn their losses, and face he issues of forgiveness. From his combat landing in Iraq, to his crash-landing four months later at Baltimore-Washington International, this book will take you side-by-side with the bravest of the brave. Contact Chaplain Norris at [email protected] or P.O. Box 247, Elk Grove, CA 95759. Twitter @chaplain. Leave your recorded comments at (843) 608-9715. Read his syndicated column at www.thechaplain.net.


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  • ISBN-13: 9780692397008
  • ISBN-10: 0692397000
  • Publisher: Chaplain
  • Publish Date: March 2015
  • Page Count: 130
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.28 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.4 pounds


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