Chaplains Practice Wartime Role in Korea
An Air Force article documents the story of Chaplain (Maj) Robert Borger, deputy wing chaplain at Osan Air Base, Korea, as he “played” in a wartime exercise:
Chaplains play a huge role in the hospital during times of war. They give hope and comfort in the last minutes of the lives of those expected to die.
“During wartime, we provide care and ministry to the critically injured,” said [Chaplain] Robert Borger…”We spend their last moments with them, providing care, to give them a view to that window of hope.”
Chaplains need to train to their duties just as other troops do. In the photo above, Chaplain Borger sports his chemical protection suit (and obligatory reflective belt…).