Medical personnel who are at the side of every injured soldier, sailor, airman and Marine are often overlooked in the annals of war. Ask any fighting man or woman and they’ll tell you they’re eternally grateful to the nurses, medics and corpsmen that provided comfort in the most desperate of times. While they may not remember a name, they all remember that friendly face or the voice of the person who nursed them back to health.
In this poignant podcast of “War Stories with Oliver North,” you’ll hear the stories of nurses who served in World War II, Korea, Vietnam and the Gulf War. Learn how one nurse became a Japanese prisoner of war. You’ll also hear the harrowing account of a Navy corpsman that saved his Marine commander’s life during an ambush attack in Operation Iraqi Freedom.