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Army Nurses in Normandy 1944

Nursing Uniforms of the Past and Present - Nurse Uniforms History-These Army nurses wore multi-pocketed tops and pants - while serving in Italy and France.

A cheery party of Sisters of Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Service with their baggage at No 88 General Hospital at La Delivrande, Normandy.

A cheery party of Sisters of Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Service with their baggage at No 88 General Hospital at La Delivrande, Normandy.

Lt. Irene Boothroyd. She landed at Utah Beach in Normandy on June 16, 1944. Lt. Boothroyd was a member of the Army Nurse Corps, participating in the drive across France and Belgium with General Patton's 3rd Army. She was called the nurse of the Battle of the Bulge as she cared for the wounded in that battle in the Ardennes during January 1945. She attained the rank of Captain and during the Korean War she cared for wounded soldiers State-side ~

She landed at Utah Beach in Normandy on June She attained the rank of Captain.

Military Woman Sitting in Tent, July, 1944.

Beverly Wiggins of Kansas City, Missouri / knitting, fresh flowers, a crocheted scarf change the scenery within sound of guns firing on the front during WWII / image by ?

1943- U.S. Army nurse, attached to a field evacuation hospital, during Second Army maneuvers in Tennessee.

WWII U.S. ArmyNurse during 2nd Army Maneuvers in Tennessee Original Press Photo

Army nurse, attached to a field evacuation hospital, during Second Army maneuvers in Tennessee.

2 Army nurses sleeping in their tent, a small wall ~

Exhausted Army Nurses grab what rest they can. Tunisia, November Source: US National Archives

WASP C-47 flight crew: Pilot Joanna Trebtoske (Jenks), and Copilot Marjorie Logan (Rolle) at Romulus Army Air Field, MI. On 19 August 1943, first Wasps were assigned to US Troop Carrier Command. (U.S. Air Force photo)

WASP crew: Pilot Joanna Trebtoske and Copilot Marjorie Logan at Romulus Army Air Field, Mich. Air Force photo) On Feb. the WASP “Santiago Blue” uniform was first used.

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