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If Russia Went to War Against NATO It Might Lose For One Simple Reason

To wage such a war, the Soviet Union relied on a total mobilization of its society and economy. To treat such enormous numbers of wounded, the job fell to the USSR’s centralized health care system. A similar trend occurred in the United States after the Iraq War although on a smaller scale — American EMT teams are now much more likely to have tourniquets within reach to treat bleeding from gunshot wounds, a direct lesson from soldiers’ experiences in Iraq.
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