Stacy L. Pearsall
Air Force Reserve Major Dana Fisk presently serves as a mobile hospital nurse, and previously worked as an aeromedical flight nurse. While not nursing in uniform, Fisk spends her days at Seattle’s Harbourview Medical Center as a burn trauma and pediatric nurse. Since joining the service in 1988, Fisk has traveled the world and deployed to the Middle East during the Gulf War.
"Those with an engaged and enthusiastic attitude, coupled with the willingness to do hard work, it's an exciting and rewarding job,” Major Fisk told the 446th Airlift Wing Public Affairs. "The art of kindness, compassion and empathy are important aspects of nursing. Anyone can learn a skill or procedure, but not everyone can be a kind caring nurse."