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Wednesday, August 10, 2022
Home Blanchfield’s most experienced nurse Jodie Hannes, a nursing supervisor, and youngest nurse 1st Lt. Nora Krueger, who recently reported to the hospital, cut a cake celebrating the 118th birthday of the Army Nurse Corps. A saber is used representing the Army Nurse Corps’ commitment to military service so our nation may live in peace. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager) Blanchfield's most experienced nurse Jodie Hannes, a nursing supervisor, and youngest nurse 1st Lt. Nora Krueger, who recently reported to the hospital, cut a cake celebrating the 118th birthday of the Army Nurse Corps. A saber is used representing the Army Nurse Corps' commitment to military service so our nation may live in peace. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager)

Blanchfield’s most experienced nurse Jodie Hannes, a nursing supervisor, and youngest nurse 1st Lt. Nora Krueger, who recently reported to the hospital, cut a cake celebrating the 118th birthday of the Army Nurse Corps. A saber is used representing the Army Nurse Corps’ commitment to military service so our nation may live in peace. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager)

Blanchfield's most experienced nurse Jodie Hannes, a nursing supervisor, and youngest nurse 1st Lt. Nora Krueger, who recently reported to the hospital, cut a cake celebrating the 118th birthday of the Army Nurse Corps. A saber is used representing the Army Nurse Corps' commitment to military service so our nation may live in peace. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager)

Blanchfield’s most experienced nurse Jodie Hannes, a nursing supervisor, and youngest nurse 1st Lt. Nora Krueger, who recently reported to the hospital, cut a cake celebrating the 118th birthday of the Army Nurse Corps. A saber is used representing the Army Nurse Corps’ commitment to military service so our nation may live in peace. (U.S. Army photo by Maria Yager)