Published May 16
I am not a nurse, I was a Combat Medic, as well as an Infantry Soldier when I was in the U.S. ARMY. I learned a lot of medical information from nurses, and when I was deployed to go to war, I was able to use much if the information I had learned, and put it to good use, allowing me to save lives in the field. I want to thank each and every one of you who took a few minutes of time from your busy schedule to teach me your tricks of your trade. There were more lives saved than lost, and saying thank you for sharing is probably not that big of a deal to some, but many of the soldiers that lived and are alive today, never stop saying thanks. I despise killing but I have come to realize that I would do it again if I had to, only to insure that lives could be saved.
THANK YOU NURSES FROM AROUND THE WORLD. GOD BLESS ALWAYS.
Thank you for your dedication and service, Martin! It is obvious you care for your patients and care about doing a GREAT job.
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