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Military nurse

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Most professional militaries employ specialised military nurses. They are often organised as a distinct nursing corps.

Well-known nursing corps[edit]

U.S. Army Nurse Corps, a special branch of the Army Medical Department (United States) Queen Alexandra's Royal Army Nursing Corps, a specialist corps of the Army Medical Services of the British Army

Royal Australian Army Nursing Corps U.S. Navy Nurse Corps, a staff corps of the United States Navy U.S. Air Force Nurse Corps
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