Military War Wounded Get Intensive Treatment At Brooke Medical Center


Audience members laugh as comedian and wounded U.S. Army veteran... News PhotoAudience,Charity and Relief Work,Comedian,Comedy Club,Conflict,Event,Gulf Coast States,Healthcare And Medicine,Horizontal,Laughing,People,Performance,Physical Injury,San Antonio - Texas,Texas,US Military,USA,Veteran,WarPhotographer Collection: Getty Images News 2012 Getty ImagesSAN ANTONIO, TX - AUGUST 09: Audience members laugh as comedian and wounded U.S. Army veteran Bobby Henline, 40, performs at the 'Humor For Heroes' charity event at the Laugh Out Loud Comedy Club August 9, 2012 in San Antonio, Texas. Henline was severely burnt when his U.S. Army vehicle ran over an IED in Iraq in 2007, killing the other four soldiers riding with him. Henline has received years of treatment at San Antonio's military burn hospital. The facility, officially called the U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research Burn Center, has treated more than 930 military personel wounded during combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq since 2003 and is the only burn center under the U.S. Department of Defense. It has also treated some 2,500 civilian emergency burn patients from the South Texas region. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)