Though Allied invaders held all the aces in an earlier crossing of the same waters, these army nurses spanning the English Channel aboard a Coast Guard-manned infantry landing craft, seem to be holding a few cards themselves. Bound for France to administer to American wounded, the nurses relax on deck with a game of bridge. (LCI - LCT - nurses - playing cards )
2nd Lieutenant Rita G Hall and several Army nurses behind her wave farewell at Cape Gloucester, New Britain, August 1944. South Pacific Theater. US Army Signal Corps, Gift of Donald E. Mittelstaedt from The Digital Collections of the National WWII Museum, 2008.354.198
US Army nurses boarding cargo plane for transport after they were liberated from Japanese internment camps during WWII. Location: Manila, Luzon, Philippine Islands Date taken: February 1945 Photographer: Carl Mydans
3 Army Nurse Corps nurses pose with this Ford "Seep" (Sea Jeep) From left to right: Lt V Bartholomew, MM2/C L Artzie (the driver, US Navy), Lt G Cox (ANC), Lt H G Blything (ANC) and Lt C Ludkins (ANC).