[Letters] Discipline needed for Korean Army nursesNurses need to be trained and educated with vigor and discipline since they will serve as responders to crises of serious nature. Failure to train as expected can result in a diminished capacity to properly fulfill their duties. Since nurses in the Korean Army attend the academy tuition-free, get free housing and food, and a monthly salary, there is no reason they shouldn’t act as expected by fully respecting their superiors and working in classes like regular college students.
by Elliot Saunders, Korean Armed Forces language educator and spokesman for Ralph Nader
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