Yes, army nurses do get deployed, and that is something to consider when you’re choosing a nursing career path.

You could be working on the frontline. You could be stationed in a field hospital in a combat area.

Benefits of Being An Army Nurse

Travel

Usually, you’ll be working in a new location every three years.

You can see the world by becoming an army nurse, serving overseas at a military facility or wherever there is currently a crisis.

Serve Your Country

Being an army nurse is hard, and the risk of being deployed into a combat zone is real, but you’ll be serving your country, helping the military and working on any relief efforts that the country is focused on.

Gain Valuable Experience

Working as an army nurse will provide you will experience in high pressure and potentially dangerous environments.

Learning how to react and continue to do your work in those kinds of situations will be an asset as you continue your work as a nurse.