http://www.military.com/daily-news/...iers-have-asked-out-of-ebola-deployments.html To date, there have been no instances of soldiers refusing to deploy to West Africa or asking to be removed from the lists slated for deployment. "Absolutely not," Allyn said, stressing that the troops "will not be in direct contact" with Ebola victims or those suspected of having contracted the virus. I think this is the best hope for ending the Ebola crisis. We and our allies have to work to stop the virus in Africa. I really think this is a noble effort. I would have no problem if my son was involved in this.