Greetings All,I'm an Adult Health NP with (approaching) two years of critical care medicine experience. Additionally from 2013 to 2015, I was a bedside critical care nurse. I'm also finishing up a post-masters certificate in Adult-Gerontology Acute Care with a graduation date in August this year.I looked through old posts on the subject, but am looking for a little advice for my situation:I'm privileged to have the opportunity to serve in the National Guard as an Army Nurse, but the Army does not utilize Adult Health or Adult-Gero Acute Care NPs. I'm assigned to a case management role.I have read extensively of the need for CRNAs overseas and have been thinking of making the transition, but am having trouble finding any schools that offer a significant advanced placement for actively practice acute/critical are medicine specializing NPs.Is anyone aware of any such schools? Any general advice is appreciated as well!I've never taken the GRE, so I'm presuming that will be the first step in exploring this, but I thought I'd get some advice/feedback from the community at-large.Thanks!