Vivian Bullwinkel - WWII nurse. The only survivor to be shot at Banka Island in Singapore, only to surrender to the Japanese army again and placed in a POW camp for 3 years. A courageous nurse and a great Australian woman.
A wounded chaplain reads a memorial service over the snow-covered bodies of dead Marines. Koto-ri, Korea. December 3, 1950. Cpl. W. T. Wolfe. (Marine Corps)NARA FILE #: 127-N-A5552WAR & CONFLICT BOOK #: 1512Cleared for public release. This image is generally considered in the public domain - Not for commercial use.U.S. Army Korea - Installation Management Command
Captain Robert Prince - Served in WWII as a captain in the US Army's elite 6th Ranger Battalion and was chosen to plan and carry out the rescue at the Cabanatuan POW camp in the Philippines (The Great Raid) where 522 pows were liberated. Prince went on to earn the rank of Major and was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross.