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Army Nurses being trained how to march in ranks in one of the basic training centers stateside ~

A group of Navy Nurses, probably somewhere in the Pacific ~

Army Nurse Frances Slanger, First ETO nurse killed in action, 1944 ~

The first contingent of U.S. Army nurses to be sent to an Allied advanced base in New Guinea carry their equipment as they march single file to their quarter on November 12, 1942. The first four in line from right are: Edith Whittaker, Pawtucket, Rhode Island,; Ruth Baucher, Wooster, O.; Helen Lawson, Athens, Tennessee,; and Juanita Hamilton, of Hendersonville, North Carolina, (AP Photo)

WORLD WAR II: NURSES. U.S. Army nurses advance through a cloud of smoke in a gas mask drill during training at Scott Field, Illinois. Photograph, c1942.

A line of servicemen and women get food from a buffet while attending a dance in Guam in late 1945. Notice the shortened sleeves of summer Off-Duty dresses worn by Army Nurses ~

Nurses in Guadalcanal, Solomons, July 1944 ~My Aunt Carol was a Navy Nurse might be in this photo she met and cared for and married my Uncle Nick after he was wounded and won a medal after this island battle

1943- American nurses ready on the airfield at Palermo to offer immediate care to wounded U.S. soldiers flown in from front lines.

Army Nurse Corps Panoramic Yardlong Sepia Photo | eBay ~

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