Ed Horvath re-enlisted in the United States Army at the age of 57 for three reasons, to carry on his family’s military tradition in the footsteps of his father, to set an example of duty and service for his sons and to provide his medical services to soldiers wounded in battle….or as he calls it, “taking care of the neighbor’s kids”.

What didn’t fully resonate with this caring man and physician was that in signing up to become an army doctor, he would not only be dealing with the life-threatening injuries of soldiers, he would be staring down life and death situations himself.



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