[Vietnam War] Army nurse Kate O'Hare Palmer.Vietnam War Kate OHare Palmer Army nurse Viet Na two field hospitals worst of the worst Veterans Committee
While we mostly think of men serving in the military during Vietnam, there were plenty of women who put their lives on the line as well. Kate O’Hare-Palmer served in Viet Na as a nurse for the US Army. She not only dodged enemy fire, but dealt with some of the worst parts of war - trying to save troops who were far beyond saving.
During the war O’Hare-Palmer worked in two field hospitals where she saw the worst of the worst, but managed to make it back home intact. Today she’s chair of the Women Veterans Committee of the Vietnam Veterans of America.
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