Nettie was a World war II veteran serving in The Army Nurse Corps at the rank of Captain.
What does ANC stand for?
ANC stands for Army Nurse Corps
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- Military and Government
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We have 215 other meanings of ANC in our Acronym Attic
- Anglican Network in Canada
- Annual Network Conference (Canada)
- Another National Circus
- Answer Signal, Charge
- Antenatal Care (aka Antenatal Clinic)
- Apport Nutritionnels Conseillés (French: Recommended Dietary Allowance)
- Arlington National Cemetery
- Armed Native Constabulary (Fiji)
- Armenian National Committee
- Asamblea Nacional Constituyente (Spanish: National Constituent Assembly; Guatemala)
- Ashore Navigation Center
- Asociación Nacional Campesina Pro-Tierra (National Association of the Pro-Earth Farmer, Guatemala)
- Assainissement Non Collectif (French: Sewerage)
- Assemblea Nacional Catalana (Catalan: Catalan National Assembly)
- Association de Narcolepsie Cataplexie (French: Cataplexy Narcolepsy Association)
- Association of Noise Consultants (UK)
- Australian Navy Cadet (Australia)
- Autoritätii Nationale de Control (Romania)
- Autorité des Normes Comptables (French: Accounting Standards Authority)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Hazel Johnson-Brown, who was rejected in 1947 from the West Chester School of Nursing due to her race and rose to the rank of general in the US Army and chief of the Army Nurse Corps, died August 5 at age 83.
This issue of the AMEDD Journal is dedicated to the recent work of the Army Nurse Corps as it undertook just such a transformation in response to the rapidly evolving, significant changes in both the military and medical responsibilities of their profession.
Army Nurse Corps has retired after 23 years of service.
McGovern reminded the audience of the service of Clara Barton, the founder of Red Cross nursing, who managed to work with the ANA and the Army Nurse Corps to recruit 29,000 volunteers to serve the troops and military families in World War I.
Each year, AECP gives up to 100 eligible enlisted active-duty, Army Reserve or National Guard Soldiers the opportunity to complete undergraduate or graduate degrees in nursing, and then be commissioned as Army Nurse Corps officers.
The first female servicemember to achieve the rank of brigadier general was Col Anna Mae Hays, chief of the Army Nurse Corps, on June 11, 1970.
The program is essentially the same as last year, HRC officials said, with minor changes: First, active-component category officers and select Medical Service Corps and Army Nurse Corps officers in basic year group 2005 will now be eligible to participate.