Tag Archives: Army

Nurses in the Army 1954 US Army; The Big Picture TV-290

more at http://quickfound.net/links/military_news_and_links.html On the life of US Army nurses in South Korea. ‘Americans are well aware of the great and heroic achievements of United States Army nurses. In World War II and during the Korean War, the Army nurse went through great hardship in performance of her duty — the same dangers endured by the troops which she accompanied into combat. But relatively little has been reported of the… Read More »

1945 WORLD WAR II U.S. ARMY NURSE DOCUMENTARY FILM 27454

Made in late 1945, THE ARMY NURSE is a short documentary propaganda film commissioned by the US military to highlight the role and contributions of army nurses. The film opens with a combat scene in the summer of 1945, when the war becomes a million men old (presumably the Battle of Okinawa) one of the soldiers is show getting wounded and the scene goes woozy. The narrator notes “This is… Read More »

“And If I Perish: Frontline Army Nurses in World War II” Book Review

“And If I Perish: Frontline Army Nurses in World War II” Book Review Happy Memorial Day, United States! Today is a day where we honor those who’ve served and fallen for our country. Today is a day where I think of all those within my family who’ve served in the Navy, the Marines, the Army, the Air Force, and the Coast … Read more on brittanyekrueger.com Appreciating War-Time Nurses the… Read More »

3×5 U.S. Army Veteran Star Heavy Duty Polyester Nylon 200D Double Sided Flag 3’x5′ Banner Brass Grommets UV Resistant Premium Quality Double Stitched Canvas Header. Reviews

3×5 U.S. Army Veteran Star Heavy Duty Polyester Nylon 200D Double Sided Flag 3’x5′ Banner Brass Grommets UV Resistant Premium Quality Double Stitched Canvas Header. 3×5 U.S. Army Veteran Star Heavy Duty Polyester Nylon 200D Double Sided Flag 3’x5′ Banner Brass Grommets UV Resistant Premium Quality Double Stitched Canvas Header. 3×5 Double Sided Heavy Duty Polyester Flag This is a true double sided flag (2 flags sewn together) Double sided… Read More »

The U.S. Army Nurse in World War 2 – 1944

Many service men’s fondest memories from World War 2 are of Army Nurses who treated them, comforted them and often helped save their lives. The film shows American nurses in training and providing vital services in field & general hospitals, on board trains and in the air — on all fronts, around the World. Get this film and 10 more on our “American Women Go to War 1941-45: The Untold… Read More »

The Army Nurse (1945)

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0499427/ This short details the importance of U.S. Army Nurses and all of the hard work and compassion that they provide on a daily basis. The film also shows the many different conditions they have to deal with in and out of work during wartime. Video Rating: / 5 This educational documentary about the nurses who bravely serviced America in WWII. In December 1941, there were fewer than 1000 female… Read More »

Army Nurses of World War I (documentary)

Project: Army Nurses of WWI documentary Target Audience: Patrons of the Army Heritage and Education Center in Carlisle, PA; history buffs My Role(s) & Responsibilities: Assistant Director, Sound Editor, Sound Mixer, Narration Recordst and Sound Engineer Background: The Army Heritage and Education Center hired the company for which I was working to create a website using the actual pictures and letters from two women who served in the U.S. Army… Read More »

Army nurse Elsie Perch’s memories of World War II

Eighty-eight years old now, Elsie Perch of Rossford keeps mementos of her experiences near the battlefront in World War II between the pages of scrapbooks. As a member of a nurse corps, Mrs. Perch and her colleagues tended to countless wounded soldiers, many with injuries grisly beyond belief. ‘It’s something you never forget,’ she said recently, flipping through her scrapbooks. ‘If they were in pain, we gave them morphine. Oftentimes,… Read More »

SOLDIERS of MERCY: The Army Nurse in WWII (720p)

This educational documentary about the nurses who bravely serviced America. In December 1941, there were fewer than 1000 female nurses in the Army Nurse Corps and 700 in the Navy Nurse Corps. With over 8 million soldiers and airmen. This early American nurses supported the Flying Tigers (a privately funded operation) in Kunming, China. Nurses were thus recognized as effective and essential in China to serve the U.S. Army. Hong… Read More »