Vintage photos that prove just how cool our parents were

[post_page_title]Learning the ropes[/post_page_title]
Many people dream of becoming a nurse or doctor. It turns out that getting your foot on the medical career ladder takes years of studying, lots of hands-on experience, and a ton of dedication. Still, it’s all worth it in the end.

Learning the ropes

However, things once involved a lot more practice than we thought. Someone’s mom was busy learning how to become a medic for the Red Cross in the 1940s. She started by learning how to wrap up a soldier’s head with bandages, and it was all up from there.

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