Suddenly,Argentine A4 Skyhawks screamed into the bay loaded with 500Ib bombs... and McNally's system failed. He and his detachment watched, helpless, as bombs rained down on the defenceless ships. Fifty men of the Welsh Guards lost their lives and many others - famously including Simon Weston - were horribly burned. McNally's life changed in that moment. He left the army after the war and - though he re-enlisted and even volunteered for Northern Ireland - he was riddled by guilt and plagued by nightmares and flashbacks of that awful day.
Still Watching Men Burn is updated from Watching Men Burn and covers his journey back to the Falklands Islands Pilgrimage in 2007 and his ongoing personal battle with mental health up to 2016.
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By Steve e on 16-02-18
I should have read this book earlier
As a former soldier in a sister regiment at the same time as tony I told tony I didn't want to read it as it would be to disturbing and it is but I am glad I read it as I now know I think I have a better understanding of ptsd than I did before this is something everyone should try to do
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