They called them the Coward Brigade, those who dared object to war. Counting their white feathers, they were the conscientious objectors, but they were everything but cowards.
The Non-Combatant Corps faced every danger the Army did on the Western Front, with one exception — the NCC weren’t armed to defend themselves. They only had their guts and their duty.
Story: Iain McLaughlin
Art: Morhain & Defeo
Cover: Ian Kennedy