Hope Williamson, a U.S. Army major and recent graduate of the Doctor of Nursing Practice program, recently departed for her third tour of duty in Afghanistan, where she will use her newly acquired skills to care for injured soldiers on the battlefield.
Self-proclaimed “nurse warrior” Hope Williamson is a fighter in every sense of the word. A major in the U.S. Army and an active duty nurse who trains medics, nurses and doctors before being deployed to Iraq or Afghanistan, she walks the earth
bearing instruments of defense and healing.
“In the combat zone, I wear a firearm on my side and never forget that I am a soldier first. I am prepared to do whatever is needed to protect my team and country, but at the same time I am committed to saving lives,” saysWilliamson, who worked at the U.S. Army Trauma Training Center located…