Here is the story of the valiant doctors and corpsmen whose job during World War II was to save lives. These courageous noncombatants were present at every battlefront—risking their own lives time after time—to bring medical help to their wounded comrades.
In World War II, Wyatt Blassingame was an intelligence officer with the Naval Air Corps on the islands of Tinian and Okinawa. He observed the work of medical corpsmen and doctors when he visited the sick and wounded comrades in hospitals on Hawaii, Saipan, an Okinawa.
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