During World War II Truman Warner served in the military as a medic officer. The above photograph is a snapshot taken of Warner posing in a foxhole. His helmet clearly displays the Red Cross symbol, indicating that he was a medic to his fellow troops and to the enemy. His role was very important in the war for he and his fellow medics were in charge of healing wounded soldiers in a timely and safe fashion. His efforts as a medic were later recognized by President Truman.
“Truman Warner Medic.” Truman A. Warner Papers, MS026. WCSU Archives, 16 June 2017. Accessed on the Web: 21 Feb. 2019.
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