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‘Mama Josie’ Took Care of Military Nurses in the Philippines During WWII

At Sternberg General Hospital in Manila, Philippines, life for military nurses before World War II was not exactly hardship. In the midst of beaches, palm groves and country-club-like sports facilities, U.S. Army and Navy nurses performed routine duties. Their second-in-command, Lt. Josephine “Mama Josie” Nesbit, relished the fun her “girls” had and made sure they were all comfortable and in good health.

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Source: Military Times

Laurabeth Messimer