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Apr 24, 2022

Yale educated Doc Llewellyn tells his exceptional story of Military Service from Vietnam through distinguisehed service in retirement.

Stories of his support of SOF, relationship with COL Charlie Beckwith, research, global and tropical medicine, CONTOMS and much more. Dr LLewellyn is a prior Professor and Chairman of the Department of Military Medicine at the Uniformed Srevices University of hte Health Sciences, Consultant to the Army SG for Medical Support of Special Operations,  leader inCombat Casualty Care and  Medical Chemical Defense, etc.

This was an honor and one of the most enjoyable and enlightenting conversations I have had.

Please share this widely and enjoy.

Part 1 of 3.

THAT OTHERS MAY LIVE

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