I recently graduated from the US Army practical nurse course. Half of our rotations were at Eisenhower army medical center and the other half were at MCG with some VA rotations thrown in here and there. I would say that MCG was a good experience, but they seemed to be a little hesitant to engage us in conversation, and seemed to pretty much let us do our own thing. We had to approach the staff multiple times to enquire about procedures. It's almost like they didn't know how to act around us. We had a lot of previous medical experience in our class because the prereq for Army nursing school is that you have to be a combat medic and we had lots of students with combat experience from Iraq and Afghanistan so we got the impression that this made them feel uncomfortable. Maybe it will be different for you. My rotations at Eisenhower were awesome!. The Capts, and Lt's repeatedly drilled us and were absolutely relentless. Plenty of one-on-one counseling and tons of instruction. We had no choice but to do everything by the numbers correctly and were called out if our performance lacked. This is the kind of intensity that nursing students need, that I didnt get at MCG. Maybe you will have a different experience.