This Jan/Feb 1960 issue of DC's Our Fighting Forces (#53) features a great Joe Kubert cover, not included here. The set of scans I have available (not mine) has a defaced cover. The splash page is the same scenario as the cover but redrawn by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito, who are the story artists in this one.
The image of nurses presented by this story includes that of the sexy nurse, toned down for code approved comics and because DC generally provided respectable reading material appropriate for a younger audience in the Silver Age. So although it's a mild example, nevertheless Julie appears as beautiful, desirable, and importantly for this stereotype, available, and even promiscuous, albeit in this fairly muted way. She's there for men to enjoy. This can be a particularly damaging popular image of nurses and nursing which, in the worst of instances, can encourage sexual harassment and assault of female nurses by male patients and medical staff. It may also have contributed significantly to the lowering of the nurse's professional status in the eyes of the public, something the profession has long fought to counteract with stereotype disconfirming media campaigns. No harm was intended with this story, of course. It was simply using a popular theme from the time -American soldiers loved having nurses around - and surely there were few other western women for them to interact with when they were deployed. I think it's no coincidence that the great war veteran comic book writers and artists reverentially portray nurses in a variety of ways in their stories. I can't think of any examples where nurses are disrespectfully portrayed by them - Jack Kirby's and Bob Kanigher's nurses seem to always be the self-sacrificing angels, and Nurse Julie in this story is also that primarily. She's sacrificing her own safety to see to the well-being of the fighting men. This story does incorporate a little of that sexy nurse image as well, however, although nothing like the way Stan Lee used that image for Nellie the Nurse, the subject of some upcoming posts right here on Out Of This World.