First Lieutenant Louise Rand tended the wounded on flights out of Karachi to Cairo in the Pacific Theater of World War II. She was a favorite among the soldiers and the pilots. “She was in high demand because of her fudge, which she made on a little stove on the plane,” said her daughter, Susan Joyce. She did that when she wasn’t changing bandages or calming down a scared 19-year-old.…READ THE FULL STORY IN THE ARLINGTON CONNECTION
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