He has come up through the ranks of Lieutenant to where he is now Lt Colonel. He has been in very critical jobs such as working as an RN on an Apache Helicopter where they seen it all. He has told me the pilots on the choppers are really good. They flew 180 miles per hour in pitch black threw mountain passes and did 90 degree turns with out spilling a thing using night vision goggles so the enemy couldn't see them. Them days are behind him now due to leg injuries and hearing loss. About the only thing I know about what happened with a patient is one of his medic's mentioned how impressed he was with my Son putting a hole in a guys throat and putting a tube in so the guy could breath, while they were transporting him to a field hospital. He doesn't know where he will go next,hopefully some place safe.