The following items will test your grasp of the material covered in this
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Situation: You are a chaplain assistant assigned to the 1st Battalion. Your
battalion is participating in a REFORGER exercise in Germany.
past few days there has been several accidents in the field, that has
required hospitalization of members of your unit. Because the chaplain is
performing religious duties elsewhere and can not visit them, you proceed to
the hospital to visit them yourself.
Prior to departing for the field hospital, you stop at the S-1 tent
check to see if they have any good literature to pass on to the
review the latest hospital admission slips to see if any
additional soldiers from the unit have been admitted.
ask the Admin NCO if he has a vehicle available to take you back
to the field hospital.
see if anyone in the S-1 shop requires UMT assistance.
After you arrive at the field hospital, the ward supervisor stops you
and asks you to come to his office for an in-briefing. You tell him
that you only have a limited amount of time, so you will skip it.
that only you and the chaplain can discuss the visit to the
patient with the ward supervisor.
that you will be grateful for an in-briefing on the condition of
that you are grateful that they pay you the same respect as the
chaplain when he visits.
As you enter the ward, you notice the soldier from your unit at the
end of the ward. You walk over to him and
quietly introduce yourself and ask him if a visit is desired.
quietly lay your hands on his shoulder and begin to pray.
in order to make him feel better, say in a loud voice, "It seems
that only the 1st Battalion cares enough about its soldiers to
come visit them in the hospital".
quietly introduce yourself and sit on the edge of his bed so he
can see and hear you clearly.