Dating an army medic
He refuses to have his back turned and is constantly on somewhat of a “look out”, even if he’s in the middle of a double bacon cheeseburger and a pint of delicious beer.
I’ve learned that being on time is necessary and absolutely expected.
I cannot compete or even come close to their kind of love, respect, and commitment, mostly because I have not earned it.
Life for an Army medic is just as hard as for any other soldier in the field.
They work long days, and when they're not working they're often on call.
More than 200 years later, field medics are an integral part of almost any platoon that's likely to see combat. The curriculum includes basic Emergency Medical Treatment (EMT) training, which is similar to training for a medical assistant or physician's assistant.
Training to be an Army medic goes beyond just basic medical training, though.