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Korean War 1950 - 1953
Aussie Nurses in Korea - Sister Betty Crocker, Royal Australian Army
Nursing Corps (RAANC).
4077 M*A*S*H Nurse Korean War -
nurse at the 4077th, Margaret had under her command dozens of different
nurses from time to time, many of whom appeared in numerous episodes, but
had few lines and weren't named often on screen, only in the credits.
DefenseLINK News- Retired Army Nurse Recalls Korean War Service -
WASHINGTON, March 30, 2001 -- A half-century has passed since retired Army
Maj. Julia Baxter worked as an operating room nurse in a Mobile Army
Surgical Hospital, or MASH, in war-torn South Korea. By Rudi Williams
American Forces Press Service
Edna Collins, Nurse in Korea - News clippings
from the 50's of Edna Collins who served on the battlelines of Korea. She
was the first nurse back to the U.S. through rotation.
Flight Nurse - Korean War 50th Anniversary - USAF Museum -
The only female USAF personnel
permitted to serve in the battle zone were the medical air evacuation
nurses of the USAF Nurse Corps.
Wonderful Life - Written by Lillian M. Keil 91st Bomb Group (H)
NARA | Research Room | Nurse Casualties in Korean Conflict -
"Nursing in Three Wars" - Althea Williams, Retired Colonel, U.S. Army.
November 30, 1994 Interviewer: Rheba Massey
The Army Nurses in the Korean War - On Sept. 15, when MacArthur boldly
landed at Inchon, Army Nurse Corps officers also came ashore on the very
same day of invasion.
Korean War - Army War Nurses, paintings Drawings and Photos
UNC-TV-PGM- North Carolina Nurses- A Century of Caring - Korean War
Nurses. - When the hostilities began in Korea on June 25, 1950, Army
nurses were the first American women to be dispatched wit the Armed Forces
to the combat Zone.
Women in Korea - Did women serve (and die) in Korea during the Korean
War? Yes, they did.
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