I always heard those were the scariest words to hear yelled. Because you’re in the middle of a firefight or just through it and now you’re looking at the people who need help.
I have a student who acted as a med tech in the service. He is now going to get a degree so next time he’ll know more.
Somehow I got to this post by a CLS in Iraq, who had to help one of his buddies.
I told him thank you. I meant it. If I could say it to each soldier individually, I would.