I think that I may have asked the wrong question earlier. I wanted to know if anybody knows any general information about military OMFS residencies or military oral surgeons. I am in the army hpsp and am considering OMFS residency. I have heard that after being done w/ the residencies, army and probably navy oral surgeons are worked to the bone since a soldier's face is not protected from IEDs, shrapnel, or anything else. If that is the case are their residencies geared more towards trauma than say orthognathics, or since they are accredited do they have the same balance as a civilian residency. I was also wondering that since some military dental residencies require early morning PT, how does that fit into the schedule. thanks for your time.