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What are the benefits of being a practitioner nurse in the Army?

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Lance’s Answer

As a nurse practitioner in the US Army, you'll have the same benefits of other commissioned officers in the Army, plus some possible other benefits depending on if you are Active Duty, Reservist or National Guardsman. The Army website has a lot of information (https://www.goarmy.com/careers-and-jobs/amedd-categories/nurse-corps-jobs/family-nurse-practitioner.html), but your local Army recruiter can serve as a liaison to get you more information and to get you started down that path.


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Vivian’s Answer

You will gain so much experience very quickly while making a higher salary then other who are beginning in the field (if you are active). You will help a lot of men and women who are thankful and need your help, and the bond is deeper because they'll be your brothers and sisters in arms.

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