Nurses had been in service as flight nurses under the Army Nurse Corps … The shortage of nurses to serve in Army medical facilities was . A nurse draft bill passed in the House and came within one vote in the Senate before the surrender of Germany. In the interim, the enrollment of over 10,000 nurses in the Army Nurse Corps early in 1945 rendered the measure superfluous. Slide 84 . Journal of E. Elizabeth Weaver, Army Nurse Corps, World War I, 1917-1919; From the collection of the US Army Heritage and Education Center, Carlisle, PA [i]Symposium presented February, 2016 by the University of Kansas School of Nursing and the Department of the History … HISTORY OF THE ARMY NURSE CORPS PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT RESERVE RESOURCES ANC Recognition (CAC) NEWSLETTER ANC Strategic Planning Civilian Resources. 753) passed by the Congress. severe. The Army Nurse Corps Uniforms: A Retrospective Exhibit chronologically highlights the periods of time when the uniforms were authorized and worn. The nonprofit Army Nurse Corps Association supports the U.S. Army Nurse Corps by serving as an avenue of information, communication, networking, and camaraderie for Army nurses; funding scholarships and research; and preserving the Army Nurse Corps’ history … Since that time, the Army Nurse Corps … NURSE CORPS … United States Army Nurse Corps (a brochure describing the experiences of the Corps during WWII) WELCOME TO ARMY NURSE CORPS HISTORY: "Preserving our past to guide our future" Oral Histories - U.S. Navy Nurse … In the summer of 1949, the Air Force Nurse Corps emerged from the Army Nurse Corps as a response to the ever-growing aeromedical evacuations (aerovac) of injured servicemembers. More than 59,000 American nurses served in the Army Nurse Corps during World War II. In 1966, for the first time in U.S. history, the Selective Service System issued a special draft call for 900 male nurses for the Army and Navy Nurse Corps… This article, by Colonel Elizabeth A. P. Vane, RN, CNOR, MS, Army Nurse Corps Historian; and Sanders Marble, PhD, Senior Historian; of the Office of Medical History, Office of the Chief of Staff, US Army … This historical uniform display is composed of images from the Army Nurse Corps Historical Collection located in the Office of Medical History, Office of the Army … Black Army Nurses The Army Nurse Corps … The nonprofit Army Nurse Corps Association supports the U.S. Army Nurse Corps by serving as an avenue of information, communication, networking, and camaraderie for Army nurses; funding scholarships and research; and preserving the Army Nurse Corps’ history … The Nurse Corps (female) became a permanent corps of the Medical Department on February 2, 1901, under the Army Reorganization Act (31 Stat. They served under fire in field hospitals and … Nurses worked closer to the front lines than they ever had before.