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Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service eventually numbered around 10,000 regular and reserve nurses, who served as far afield as India, East Africa, Palestine and Mesopotamia.
Sister Annie Marie Locke was part of Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service.
As well as spending seven formative years on military bases in India/Pakistan, she trained as a nurse in England, had a raised "bridge-like" connector between hospital wings blown out right behind her during the Blitz in London, joined the Queen Alexandra's I Military Nursing Service and landed in France two weeks after D-Day.
Ellen Julia Gould helped transform civilian nurses, from varying training hospitals throughout Australia, into a unified, professional and respected military nursing service during the bloodiest war of the twentieth century.
During the Second World War, I served in India as a nursing officer in Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service and was at first surprised to be advised to take a tablespoonful of salt daily during the summer months, but realised the importance of the advice when I found how my uniform dress was glistening with salt after a period on duty.
The decision is intended to reduce stagnation in the various ranks of Military Nursing Service by increasing the number of select appointments.
Major James and his wife, who was a sister in Queen Alexandra's Imperial Military Nursing Service, have helped more than 35,000 people in 90 Nepalese villages get off the bread line by introducing a simple form of poultry husbandry.
Edna Smith, 86, of Macdonald Road, Wyken, was among about 70 members of the Queen Alexander's Imperial Military Nursing Service - which is celebrating its centenary year - taking part in the parade.