AECP Commissioning New Nurses

Wagner, Timothy
September 2008
Soldiers;Sep2008, Vol. 63 Issue 9, p32
The article presents information on the AMEDD Enlisted Commissioning Program of the U.S. Army. Under the program, Army Reserve or National Guard Soldiers are given the opportunity to complete undergraduate or graduate degrees in nursing and then commissioned as Army Nurse Corps officers. Among the soldiers who benefited from the program is 2nd Lieutenant John Derr, who gained his nursing degree through the program.


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