|94th CSH (FWD) CRNA CPT "C" - 66F|
CRNAs are registered nurses with advanced professional schooling and experience. In addition to being registered nurses, they must have their bachelor's degree (typically in nursing). They also must typically complete at least 1 year of clinical experience in an ICU environment, followed by successful completion of their master's degree in nursing anesthesia. That's quite a bit of training, and for good reason. These folks have the responsibility of providing critical, life saving care. So.. another big salute out to our 66Foxtrots - Army CRNA!