An inspiring graphic novel about Jane Kendeigh, a nurse who helped wounded soldiers in combat zones during World War II. During World War II, the United States' fight against the Japanese on islands in the Pacific was intense and deadly. To help respond to casualties in battle, the U.S. Navy trained 122 nurses to aid wounded soldiers in combat zones. The first nurse to do so was Jane Kendeigh, a twenty-two-year-old woman from Ohio. In March 1945, Kendeigh's first assignment was to help soldiers fighting in the Battle of Iwo Jima--a fierce battle with many casualties. With bravery and determination, she and other nurses helped thousands of soldiers in that battle--and many more in the Battle of Okinawa. In this full-color graphic novel, discover more about this courageous nurse who braved the battlefield to help U.S. soldiers. Other Women Warriors of World War II: Angels of Bataan and Corregidor: The Heroic Nurses of World War II The Courageous Six Triple Eight: The All-Black Female Battalion of World War II Daring Women of D-Day: Bold Spies of World War II Elizebeth Friedman: Expert Codebreaker of World War II Nancy Wake: Fearless Spy of World War II Sophie Scholl: Daring Activist of World War II Virginia Hall: Clever Spy of World War II.