Army nurses treat injured soldiers while doctors perform surgery and women work in the communication department in Korea
Korea Date:1954 Duration:3 min 22 sec Sound:Yes
The film 'The Big Picture' depicts the role of women in the U.S. Army in Korea. An Army nurse removes a dressing from sterilizer, with tongs, and gives it to surgeon, during operation. A team of doctors perform surgery. Physician works on soldiers.
The leg of the soldiers dipped in a water tub. Nurse wipes the legs of soldier using a towel. A nurse teaches physical therapy exercises to recovering soldiers. Nurses treat soldiers in a medical van. Women work in the communication department. Woman works on typewriter. Yokohama, Japan: A quonset hut reads 'WAC Detachment Yokohama command 8064th army unit'. U.S. army women come out of the building. The local women stand. Woman arranges paper on a table. The Eiffel tower. Women work in office. Women eat on snow. A woman with a soldier as she examines a gun. A nurse helps an injured soldier. U.S. Army General Matthew Bunker Ridgway states that he is proud to have women in the army and needs many more to contribute. Captain Carl Zimmerman concludes the program.
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