Sacred Trust

Wittman, Amy L.
July 2008
Sea Power;Jul2008, Vol. 51 Issue 7, p4
The author reflects on the duties and responsibilities of the U.S. Navy Hospital corpsmen. She mentions that Navy corpsmen work in hospitals and clinics and give primary medical caregivers for sailors while aboard ships. According to her, the environment in which these corpsmen train should resemble closely as possible what they will face on the battlefield because many lives depend on their quick actions.


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