How are people in the medical field treated in the military?
I served as a Hospitalcorpsman in the US Navy and Naval Reserve. Unwillingly I was assigned to the US Marines. As such I have joined a unique group of service person, field medical service technicians. I was known as one of the "doc" for the Marines. That title stayed with me throughout my military career, 4 years of active duty and 25 years of reserve time, 24 of which was with the 4th Marines. Over this period, I was accepted as a special "marine", We had lights so that we could continue treating injured marines when there was a power-outage in camp. I had a gas-truck by my aid station so that my ambulance would always have fuel and ready to roll when needed.
As a chief, I considered my duty to train junior "corps person" to keep up with the highest standards that my fellow field medical service technicians earned, to take care of the Marines.
I am not the only one who enjoy this status, ask any Marine about their "doc".
Back in the Navy, a hospitalcorpsman is just a sailor.
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In my experience the different jobs are not treated differently. At least in the Marine Corps everyone is trained to be respectful and professional so that's pretty much how you are treated. Unless you mess something up and your boss yells at you.