You proceed to the Aid Station, where you find a soldier from another
unit, that has been treated for a burn on his arm, and is waiting for
transportation back to his unit. He asks you if Easter Services will
be conducted in the field and where? You tell him
that for his unit, he will need to check with his UMT, and then
you give him their location and how to contact them.
that he will have to ask his 1SG about the Easter Services.
that you are not authorized to speak for another unit's UMT, but
you think that they probably will.
that you don't know, but you'll ask the chaplain when he returns.
When you go inside the Aid Station, you find a soldier waiting for
evacuation back to Garrison for the removal of his appendix.
confides in you his fears of the operation. You react by
expressing acceptance of what the soldier has said.
trying to minimize his fears about the operation.
agreeing with him totally, in hopes of calming him down.
trying to change the subject to take his mind off of it.
As you leave the Aid Station, you run into the new Operations NCO.
You introduce yourself and begin to explain the mission of the UMT,
but the NCO seems distracted and is fidgeting around.
You continue the conversation so as to ensure he knows who you
are and what you do.
You tell him that he seems distracted and ask him if there is a
problem he would like to talk about.
You politely end the conversation, and tell him where you can be
reached if he wishes to talk at a more convenient time.
You notice his uneasiness and press him to set up an appointment
to see the chaplain.