Fort Gordon | The Augusta Chronicle

...than 500 trees to active-duty personnel and their families. The Fort Gordon Christmas House began in 1966, when Army nurses gave teddy bears to children whose fathers were serving in Vietnam. Today, it provides two toys per child and a commissary...

New Augusta NAACP leadership prompts optimism for chapter's future

...She joined the Army in 1982 and became a nurse after graduating from college. She worked across the country as an Army nurse until moving to Augusta in 2004, where she served as inspector general until retiring in 2009.Nash-Teachey said...

Fort Gordon Christmas House opens

...mostly complete but that applications will still be collected as needs arise.The program began in 1966 when a group of Army nurses began placing a teddy bear into the arms of military children whose fathers were serving in Vietnam.Today, the program...

Doris Frazier

...operating room nurse and later as an assistant to the Chief, Army Nurse Corps, then General Anna Mae Hays, the first woman...president of the Retired Officers Association for the Army Nurse Corps (RANCA) and served in advisory capacity on multiple...

Willie Bailey

...Administration from Baylor University. In 1949, she joined the US Army Nurse Corps. She was privileged to serve throughout the US, Germany, the...Please sign the guestbook at www.thomaspoteet.com United States Army Nurse Corps

Martinez man keeps Father's legacy alive 50 years after his death in Vietnam during medical evacuation mission

...was his own, his son said.Kelly became the 149th American to die in Vietnam. A metal crucifix given to him by an Army nurse was recovered, and his son still wears it today.A bullet was pulled from the frame of his helicopter. The day after...

Being a Girl Scout volunteer can have a huge community impact

...I attended a Girl Scout recruitment rally, and I ended up volunteering as the troop leader. I was an active-duty Army Nurse Corps Officer at the time, and wondered how I was going to manage a Girl Scout troop ? but it was important to my daughter...

Donald Wardrope

...received a RN from Ponca City Hospital and a BS from St. Joseph's College in Standish, Maine. He retired from the Army Nurse Corp after 21 years of service. Among his awards, he received the Army Commendation Medal and the Meritorious Service...

Barbara Davis

...survived by her brother, Jess; her aunt, Martha Mathewson; her dearest companion, COL Doris Sue Frazier, U.S. Army Nurse Corps Retired; cousins, nieces, nephews, and a gazillion friends, all of whom she treasured. A Celebration of Life...

Naomi Boyd

...in Columbia, SC, and Roper Hospital with honors in Charleston, SC. After graduation she joined the United States Army Nurse Corps. serving in the United States and in England during WWII. She was a member of Trinity on the Hill United Methodist...