General view of medical ward of the 2nd Evac. Hospital, Diddington England 06/03/1943. Still Picture Records Section, Special Media Archives Services Division (NWCS-S), National Archives at College Park.http://arcweb.archives.gov
USS Bull Head (SS-332) during War patrol in the Pacific caring for wounded (06/20/45)
American ambulance waits outside a bombed building in Bastogne, Belgium, while a searcher looks for persons injured during the ten-day defense by the 101st Airborne Division. National Archives and Records Administration, College Park, Maryland (111-SC-255690)
Medical corpsmen attend patients awaiting surgery while surgeons operate on others on platform (rear center) at the 60th Field Hospital in St. Max [?], France. There is writing in German script on the wall. 10/03/1945
Medics helping injured soldier, France, 1944. 208-YE-22
“Transfer of wounded from USS BUNKER HILL to USS WILKES BARRE, who were injured during fire aboard carrier following Jap suicide dive bombing attack off Okinawa.” PhoM3c. Kenneth E. Roberts, May 11, 1945. 80-G-328610.
In an underground surgery room, behind the front lines on Bougainville, an American Army doctor operates on a U.S. soldier wounded by a Japanese sniper.” December 13, 1943. 111-SC-187247
Private Roy Humphrey is being given blood plasma by Pfc. Harvey White, after he was wounded by shrapnel, on 9 August 1943 in Sicily.” Wever. 111-SC-178198