uniforms

  1. Hello there,

    I am curious as to what the daily nurse uniform would be for a 66H at a medical facility CONUS, (stateside). In the cd/dvd that I have they are wearing both fatigues and also scrubs.

    Thank you,
    Gen
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  3. by   Corvette Guy
    Quote from Gennaver
    Hello there,

    I am curious as to what the daily nurse uniform would be for a 66H at a medical facility CONUS, (stateside). In the cd/dvd that I have they are wearing both fatigues and also scrubs.

    Thank you,
    Gen
    CONUS; In the ICU we where scrubs. I believe on the Med/Surg floors it is ACUs.
  4. by   Gennaver
    Quote from Corvette Guy
    CONUS; In the ICU we where scrubs. I believe on the Med/Surg floors it is ACUs.
    Hi Corvette Guy,

    Thank you for answering. If you don't mind I need to be told what ACUs are.

    Hey, I turned in my application packet today and all that is needed now are my referral forms to come in.

    I am so enthused but anxious.
    Gen
  5. by   Corvette Guy
    Quote from Gennaver
    Hi Corvette Guy,

    Thank you for answering. If you don't mind I need to be told what ACUs are.

    Hey, I turned in my application packet today and all that is needed now are my referral forms to come in.

    I am so enthused but anxious.
    Gen
    Army Combat Uniform


    Battle Dress Uniform


    In a couple of years the BDUs will be phased out & replaced by the ACUs.
  6. by   athena55
    Hello Gennaver:
    Hey, good for you (regarding turning in your application packet) I remember how anxious I was waiting to hear the final "yea" or"nay"
    Army Combat Uniform = ACU
    Battle Dress Uniform = BDU
    Phasing out the BDUs, have been selling the ACUs for a while now
    Bye for now,
    athena
  7. by   Gennaver
    Quote from athena55
    Hello Gennaver:
    Hey, good for you (regarding turning in your application packet) I remember how anxious I was waiting to hear the final "yea" or"nay"
    Army Combat Uniform = ACU
    Battle Dress Uniform = BDU
    Phasing out the BDUs, have been selling the ACUs for a while now
    Bye for now,
    athena
    Hi Athena,

    Ah, I should've known. As a new grad I am figuring I will be medical surgical, so it looks like ACU.

    I am pretty excited about all this. This week was a big day for potential life changing paperwork, (finalizing divorce, going for Active Duty Army!)

    Hoping,
    Gen
  8. by   Corvette Guy
    Quote from athena55
    Hello Gennaver:
    Hey, good for you (regarding turning in your application packet) I remember how anxious I was waiting to hear the final "yea" or"nay"
    Army Combat Uniform = ACU
    Battle Dress Uniform = BDU
    Phasing out the BDUs, have been selling the ACUs for a while now
    Bye for now,
    athena
    LOL, I guess the pics I provided were too ugly to comment on. :chuckle
  9. by   JaxiaKiley
    Quote from Corvette Guy
    LOL, I guess the pics I provided were too ugly to comment on. :chuckle
    Speaking for myself, for some reason your posts seem to show up in the middle of other posts. I can check a post and there won't be a comment from you. Awhile later, if I check again, there will be a post from you BEFORE the last post I read earlier. Maybe that's why they didn't comment
  10. by   Gennaver
    Quote from Corvette Guy
    Army Combat Uniform


    Battle Dress Uniform


    In a couple of years the BDUs will be phased out & replaced by the ACUs.
    Thanks as always Corvette Guy! Glad you check here and reply back so fast.

    Again, congratulations on completing your certificate, from which the ceremony is where that picture was taken of the ACU.
    Gen-waiting, waiting, waiting...
    edited to add: oops, I see today that no one commented on the pics, I didn't look at them until just this morning! Don't know why? Time to go though, school is back and yesterday was 12 hours between clinical and class and today is 12 hours critical care clinical. Wish me luck, wait, not just me, all of us.
    Last edit by Gennaver on Sep 7, '06
  11. by   Corvette Guy
    Gen-waiting, waiting, waiting...
    edited to add: oops, I see today that no one commented on the pics, I didn't look at them until just this morning! Don't know why? Time to go though, school is back and yesterday was 12 hours between clinical and class and today is 12 hours critical care clinical. Wish me luck, wait, not just me, all of us.

    ---
    GOOD LUCK... to all!
  12. by   athena55
    Hey CG:
    Silly Goose, I just happened to submit my reply before you hit your button!
    When I first saw your pics posted I almost didn't recognize you without your 'Vette
    Stay Safe, Sir
    athena
  13. by   athena55
    Gen:
    My goodness, talk about "life changing". Seems you are kind of starting over: Becoming divorced, changing careers mid-cycle - and stream! Going AC (Active Component) or Active Duty.
    You have heard of the expression, "Keep you Eyes on the Prize"
    Do let us know when you get the final word (regarding your packet)
    Ugh, 12 hour clinicals...and still attending classes. Yikes! Smile,
    Have a good rest of your week.
    Bye for now,
    athena
  14. by   Gennaver
    Quote from Corvette Guy
    Gen-waiting, waiting, waiting...
    edited to add: oops, I see today that no one commented on the pics, I didn't look at them until just this morning! Don't know why? Time to go though, school is back and yesterday was 12 hours between clinical and class and today is 12 hours critical care clinical. Wish me luck, wait, not just me, all of us.

    ---
    GOOD LUCK... to all!
    Hello,
    Our first critical care, (cardiac step down) went well. Phew. (I worked only a couple of days as a neuro ICU student nurse extern at a local hospital last December but, the timing was really off so I had to cancel. I think I like cardiac better.

    When I got home I called my recruiter and he said that my application is being worked over, (he used different wording though, more like it was being put together). He also said that he though it was a first assignment, (or something like that, its been a long day). Then he clarified to say that he thought it was a good packet.

    Hoping.
    Gen

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