[color=#3d3c3c]lt. cmdr. james gennari, a veteran navy trauma nurse, said he felt no fear as he tended a marine with a live mortar lodged in his leg during a daring rescue near a battlefield in afghanistan.
[color=#3d3c3c]the "shock trauma" platoon nurse said he made his peace a long time ago with the prospect of being blown to bits or, at the very least, of dying while on some far-flung deployment,
[color=#3d3c3c]"it was the first time i ever took explosive ordnance out of a guy," said gennari. "but it wasn't because i'm brave. i made a decision that i was going to go over there and be with the guys. i knew that thing was either going to blow up or it wasn't. that was up to god. what was up to me was getting him into the safest possible environment for removal."
from everyone at allnurses.com - great job lt. cmdr. james gennari!