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BACH Nurses commemorate 120 Years of the Army Nurse Corps -004

BACH Deputy Commander for Nursing Col. Amanda Forristal, center, welcomed retired Army Nurse Corps officer Col. Debbie Winters and BACH junior Army Nurse Corps officer 1Lt Kathryn Fullman for the customary cake cutting at the Army Nurse Corps Birthday observance Feb. 2. More than 6,500 men and women serve in the Army Nurse Corps. These dedicated Soldiers provide high-tech, quality health care for military personnel, military retirees, and family members.

BACH Deputy Commander for Nursing Col. Amanda Forristal, center, welcomed retired Army Nurse Corps officer Col. Debbie Winters and BACH junior Army Nurse Corps officer 1Lt Kathryn Fullman for the customary cake cutting at the Army Nurse Corps Birthday observance Feb. 2. More than 6,500 men and women serve in the Army Nurse Corps. These dedicated Soldiers provide high-tech, quality health care for military personnel, military retirees, and family members.

Army retiree Col. Debbie Winters shared photos from her career during a living history event at BACH in honor of the Army Nurse Corps Birthday. Winters joined the Army Nurse Corps in 1976 and completed her career in the Army Reserve. She served in field hospitals and traditional hospitals like BACH, attended the Army War College, and was assigned to a forward deployed unit in England during the first Gulf War. (U.S. Army)