NNCA Virtual Museum
The virtual museum documents how the Navy Nurse Corps has adapted over time to societal changes, including uniforms, diversity and culture. Artifacts and memorabilia include underwear crocheted by a Navy nurse when she was a prisoner of war during World War II, commemorative plates, glass and metal syringes, a tote bag designed by Frances Walsh, and so much more.View the Museum
Preserving History & Sharing Stories
Oral histories provide historical information using sound and video recordings of interviews with those who have knowledge of past events. Each Navy nurse is a living representative of a time when that individual served.
Follow the link below to share your story and be featured on Our History page.Listen or Share
A Respectful Tribute To Our Nurses
The “In Memoriam” section of the Navy Nurse Corps is a solemn and respectful tribute. Here, we honor the memory, dedication, and sacrifices of our nurses, remembering them not just for their professional excellence, but for the compassionate human beings they were. Their legacy continues to inspire and guide us in our commitment to care and service.View the Database