Army nurses from left: Lt Josephine Nesbitt, Capt M. Davison, and Lt Helen Hennessey, outside the nurse’s quarters tent at Hospital No. 2 on Bataan. Josephine May Nesbit was second-in-command of the Angels of Bataan, Army nurses stationed.
WWI US Army Soldier Carries Child over Bombed River Elbe Bridge. Captain J McMahon, of the U. Army, carrying a child over a bombed bridge at the River Elbe, Tangemunde. The bridge was blown up by retreating German troops.
Homing pigeon stations were set up behind the front lines, the pigeons themselves sent forward, to return later with messages tied to their legs. (Library of Congress) World War I in Photos: Animals at War - The Atlantic
THE US ARMY: In World War Mark R. Henry with Illustrations by Mike Chappell. It has over 100 fabulous black & white photos, charts, maps & diagrams.plus many full color illustrations all authentically & accurately narrated.