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I believe that military colorectal surgery is a national treasure. Our country is at war, and a major burden of the current conflict has fallen to our military members and their families. As described in the article on military practice in this issue of Clinics, military surgery is under siege and needs to be protected and supported. To become an advocate and promoter of military colorectal surgery, consider the following:
Our military surgeons are representing our specialty while serving our country. They have earned and deserve our thanks and support.
The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not reflect the official policy or position of the Department of Defense or the United States government.
The author is a colonel in the United States Air Force, retired.