Battleworn: The Memoir of a Combat Medic in Afghanistan
Language: English | EPUB / MOBI | ISBN-10: 149172529X | 2014 | 226 pages | 0.7 MB / 0.7 MB
'Every inch a woman and every inch a warrior. In peace and war Taylor is as radiant as gold and as tough as diamond' Sam Kiley - author of Desperate Glory and Foreign Affairs Editor of Sky News. Chantelle Taylor joined the British Army in 1998 as a combat medical technician. Ten years later she made history, becoming the first female soldier to kill a Taliban fighter in close-quarter combat while on patrol in Helmand Province, Afghanistan. In Battleworn, she tells the story of B Company, a beleaguered group of individuals who fought relentlessly to hold Nad-e Ali, a dusty, sweltering hellhole surrounded by the Taliban.