New. No dust jacket. Signed by author. 174 p. In this collection of essays, Camillo Mac Bica, Ph.D., a former Marine Corps Officer, Vietnam Veteran, and philosopher, discusses what he terms the psychological, emotional, and moral (PEM) injuries of war. Mac rejects the clinical model, the pathologizing of the war experience, and argues that what the veterans are dealing with are injuries, the invisible wounds of war, that goes beyond trauma, beyond PTSD. With simplicity, poignancy, and power, this book, together with others in the War Legacy Series, works to provide a greater understanding of the war experience and most importantly, to dispel the mythology of nobility and heroism by providing a window into the reality of war and its devastating effects upon all who experience its horrors.