The media have, understandably, focused on those military personnel seriously wounded who have been treated at Selly Oak. But is there another problem? What about those less seriously wounded, but unable to remain with their unit? Are they meant to return to their parents for convalescence? For some then this might be fine, but many young soldiers might not be able to return home. I can imagine many servicemen who, after being wounded, might not need dedicated hospital care, but would need some help with convalescence. Also, if returning from Iraq etc I can imagine that returning home to their parents might be difficult for both child and parents and that they might be better in some sort of military convalescence hostel. I got thinking about this because several years ago I had a minor operation, and was then sent home on leave to get better as it would not have been appropriate to remain with my unit. And whilst there I was wondering what would have happened if I had not been able to return to my parents For obvious security reasons I do not want details of locations etc, but rather would like to be reassured that such a system is in place.