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[Summary]Angels of Bataan Capt. Maude C. Davison (US Army); Lt. Laura M. Cobb (US Navy) The Angels of Bataan (also known as the "Angels of Bataan and Corregidor" and "The Battling Belles of Bataan"[1]) were the members of the United States Army

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Angels of Bataan

Capt. Maude C. Davison (US Army);

Lt. Laura M. Cobb (US Navy)

The Angels of Bataan (also known as the "Angels of Bataan and Corregidor" and "The Battling Belles of Bataan"[1]) were the members of the United States Army Nurse Corps and the United States Navy Nurse Corps who were stationed in the Philippines at the outset of the Pacific War and served during the Battle of the Philippines (1941–42). When Bataan and Corregidor fell, 11 Navy nurses, 66 army nurses, and 1 nurse-anesthetist were captured and imprisoned in and around Manila.[2] They continued to serve as a nursing unit throughout their status as prisoners of war.[3] After years of hardship, they were finally liberated in February 1945.

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1. What are the steps needed to become a military nurse in the Philippines (ie, legal requirements)?
2. Are there regulations on grooming and dressing?
3. What are the advantages of military nursing?
4. What are the disadvantages of military nursing?
5. What common challenges do military nurses encounter on daily basis?
6. Are there special equipment used in military wards?
7. What different positions are under Military Nursing? Last edit by suebird3 on Aug 6, '06 : Reason: Duplicate posts

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If you really like Military nursing, go for it! Your the only who can answer if you'll make it. If you can bear no communication with your family and friends for 8 months, go to different places to help other people, away from your family, then I think you can do it! Its hard yes, everything is hard, but thru this hardships, we learn. Trust me! hehehe.... Nursing is really hard and enjoyable at the same time! But the important thing is, we're learning from all our experiences and it helps us become better nurses.

Military Nurses in Philippines Engulfed in WWII

Military Nursing in the Philippines

More than 100 U.S. military nurses were stationed at base hospitals in the Philippines on Dec. 7, 1941. As the U.S. entered the war, Frances Nash and Peggy Nash faced deluges of wounded, says Mary Cronk Farrell in this excerpt from "Pure Grit."

Higlights in the History of the Army Nurse Corps: Chronology

14 Jun 1775 The Second Continental Congress authorized the Continental Army which later became the United States Army. Shortly thereafter, Maj. Gen. Horatio Gates on the northern frontier reported to Commander in Chief George Washington that "the sick suffered much for Want of good female Nurses." General Washington then asked the Congress for "a matron to supervise the nurses, bedding, etc.," and for nurses "to attend the sick and obey the matron's orders."

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Highlights in the History of Military Women

American Revolution (1775-1783): Women serve on the battlefield as nurses, water bearers, cooks, laundresses and saboteurs.
War of 1812: Mary Marshall and Mary Allen nurse aboard Commodore Stephen Decatur's ship United States.

Mexican War (1846-1848): Elizabeth Newcom enlists in Company D of the Missouri Volunteer Infantry as Bill Newcom. She marches 600 miles from Missouri to winter camp at Pueblo, Colorado, before she is discovered to be a woman and discharged.

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