WWII Army Flight Nurse Aleda E. Lutz

WWII Army Flight Nurse Aleda E. Lutz

One of the most celebrated flight nurses of World War II, 1st Lt. Aleda E. Lutz flew 196 missions and evacuated over 3,500 men. In November 1944, during an evacuation flight from the front lines near Lyons, Italy, her C-47 crashed killing all aboard. Awarded the Air Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters, she posthumously received the Distinguished Flying Cross.

Photo size: 1031 × 1333
Photo source: U.S. Air Force
Usage: Public Domain




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