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Navy Flight Nurse Jane Kendeigh checks a wounded patient’s wrist during the trip from Iwo Jima, March 1945. Ensign Kendeigh was the first Navy flight nurse on Iwo Jima and later Okinawa. Photo size: 1809 × 1476 Photo source: U.S….
Navy Flight Nurse Jane Kendeigh cares for wounded on the trip from Iwo Jima, March 1945. Photo size: 1843 × 1500 Photo source: U.S. Navy Usage: Public Domain Save
Flight nurse Jane Kendeigh, U.S. Navy, caring for wounded Marine, William J. Wycoff on Iwo Jima, March 3, 1945. Photo size: 1415 × 1133 Photo source: U.S. Navy Usage: Public Domain Save
Flight Nurse Ensign Miriam R. Serrick, NC, USNR, fills a syringe with penicillin prior to injection during an air evacuation flight, circa 1945. Photo size: 2208 × 2624 Photo source: National Museum of the U.S. Navy Usage: Public Domain
U.S. Navy Flight Nurses attached to the U.S. Navy’s newly-formed Air Evacuation Squadron stroll by a giant R5D aircraft in the Mariana Islands. Shown left to right: Lieutenant Junior Grade Lydia Masserine, USNR; Lieutenant Stella Maker, USNR; Lieutenant Junior Grade…
First U.S. Navy Flight Nurse to perform her duties on a battlefield, Ensign Jane L. Kendeigh, NC, USNR, waits while the delicate task of loading the wounded onboard the Air Evacuation plane is completed, March 6, 1945. Photo size: 1170…