Nurse Corps

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Nurse Corps

the branch within each of the armed services comprising the nurses within that service, such as the Army Nurse Corps. In each of the armed services, the members of the Nurse Corps have the rank, title, responsibilities, and status of commissioned officer.
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If you have a relative who served as a military nurse, our new online records will help you complete the picture of their life and career, with details such as their title, position, station, dates of service and training.
We have been receiving patients that have been gassed and burned in a most mysterious way," Julia Stimson, a military nurse, wrote from Rouen, France, on July 25, 1917.
Emma's grandmother was from Liverpool but the family lived in America because of her grandfather's job as a military nurse.
From the end of the Civil War to the end of the nineteenth century, some wartime hospital workers had attempted to create a government-sanctioned military nurse corps.
Zoe was a military nurse at Headley court, a defence medical rehabilitation unit in the UK, but was soon due to be deployed.
A BRITISH military nurse was rushed back to the UK yesterday after suffering an injury while treating Ebola victims in Sierra Leone.
As well as individual soldiers in the "First Warwickshires", the narrative follows the fortunes of passionate, headstrong and outspoken military nurse Phoebe (Frances McNamee) who is also recruited to the Frontline, where she battles her "joyless" matron to put up Christmas decorations in the hospital ward.
Featuring strong performances from soprano Donna Lennard and baritone Henry Manning as RAF pilot Johnny and military nurse Alice who meet in the early days of the First World War and experience the Battle of the Somme from the air and at a field hospital, Cecilia McDowall's Airborne with a libretto by Andy Rashleigh was the more successful of the two pieces.
Claire Randall is a 20th century military nurse who has been magically transported back in time to 1740s Scotland.
At the time of her appointment, she was better known as a decorated military nurse.
The military nurse described Omongos as the "strong one.
who served in the Vietnam War, collects the personal narratives of 18 female and male nurses who served in the US military nurse corps during the Vietnam War, as part of the Nurses at War Project.

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