If I Die in a Combat Zone

Why did O'Brien place his 23 short chapters often chronologically discontinuous and out of order?

Why did he organize the chapter in this way?

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I think that O'Brien wanted to mimic the chaos of war and the fractured memories that war produces. The disordered events reflect the emotional rollercoaster that these men go through in battle.