The legendary USS Zumwalt is raising critique from spectators – due to its high cost and the fact that traditional “gun ships” may not be necessary today.
Martin Hill is an analyst in military expeditionary medical care, involved in developing new capabilities to provide medical care for combat, stability, humanitarian aid, and disaster response operations. He has more than 20 years of experience as a medic in the Coast Guard, Navy, and law enforcement reserves. He has been a maritime and wilderness search-and-rescue medic, a law enforcement tactical medic, and a disaster response medic. He currently serves as a medical service corps officer in the California State Military Reserve, a component of the California National Guard, and a medic on a disaster response team.
A freelance writer, Martin has been published in Reader's Digest, LIFE, Newsweek, Omni, American History, Coast Guard Magazine, Retired Officer Magazine, the Los Angeles Times Sunday Opinion Section, and many more.