A soldier's view of one of Iraq's bloodiest battlegrounds In November 2004, U.S. Army soldiers attempted to retake the Iraqi city of Fallujah. A new memoir from a soldier on the ground there describes the battle within a ruined city that was among the most intense and deadly of the war in Iraq.9:06 a.m.
David Bellavia: Author, with John Bruning, of "House to House: An Epic Memoir of War." Bellavia served six years in the Army and was awarded the Silver Star and Bronze Star. He's also been recommended for the Distinguished Service Cross and Medal of Honor.
The dilemma of doctors in wartime A Navy psychologist recounts the struggles of others, and her own battle with post-traumatic stress disorder, after serving in Iraq.10:06 a.m.
Heidi Squier Kraft: Clinical psychologist and deputy coordinator for the U.S. Navy Combat Stress Control Program. She's the author of the new book, "Rule Number Two: Lessons I Learned in a Combat Hospital."