Doris Pearce of Mount Pleasant, a retired Navy commander who spent 21 years in the Nurse Corps, including time in the Vietnam War, will speak during “Angels of the Battlefield: The Unsung Heroes,” a free symposium at 7 p.m. Thursday at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum in Mount Pleasant, on the USS Yorktown former aircraft carrier.
Doris Pearce of Mount Pleasant, a retired Navy commander who spent 21 years in the Nurse Corps, including time in the Vietnam War, will speak during “Angels of the Battlefield: The Unsung Heroes,” a free symposium at 7 p.m. Thursday at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum in Mount Pleasant, on the USS Yorktown former aircraft carrier. Courtesy photo
Doris Pearce of Mount Pleasant, a retired Navy commander who spent 21 years in the Nurse Corps, including time in the Vietnam War, will speak during “Angels of the Battlefield: The Unsung Heroes,” a free symposium at 7 p.m. Thursday at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum in Mount Pleasant, on the USS Yorktown former aircraft carrier. Courtesy photo

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