Navy Ensign Jane Kendeigh was the first flight nurse to arrive on Iwo Jima, 6 Mar, 1945. She would also serve on Okinawa.

Caption   Navy Ensign Jane Kendeigh was the first flight nurse to arrive on Iwo Jima, 6 Mar, 1945. She would also serve on Okinawa. ww2dbase
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Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 24 Jan 2014

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1. Mary Todd Pendergast says:
7 Apr 2016 10:40:47 AM

Women in wartime exemplify courage just as men in wartime do. Do any of the younger people even know about WWII?

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