This is a fantastic written account similar to the one I heard in person two weeks ago from David Rohde. It’s hard to figure out just what the right balance is. The story is not worth dying for, not worth putting others in danger or hurting your family for. But the story has to get out there, and it needs people like these to tell it. I’m not sure what that means in the end. Be careful, I guess, and find stories worth telling. Especially in war.