Calling home from the War. The 20-year old Danish soldier Michael was on patrol with his battle group in Helmand-province, Afghanistan, when a bomb blew up and injured him and two comrades. With over one hundred fragments in his body, he is now undergoing treatment at the field hospital in Camp Bastion. From a satellite telephone Michael is calling home to his family for the first time after the attack. He is telling them that he's been hit but is otherwise alright. After a recovery treatment in Denmark, he will be sent back to the battle zone. In relation to size, Denmark is the country among the international ISAF forces which has suffered the greatest losses in the war in Afghanistan. By the end of 2009 the war has cost the lives of 30 Danish soldiers, and approximately twice as many have been severely wounded.