In a word... No. Individual service records are available only to next of kin from NARA and there is a charge.
I am guessing you have seen her burial record at the Dept of Veteran Affairs Nationwide Gravesite Locatator Website
You can also see her listed in the California Death Index.
Now I pay for a subscribtion to Ancestry.com and find your Loretta Lambert age 40, single b. PA/parents PA, in the 1930 U.S Census listed as a Nurse in a U.S. Naval Hospital in Portsmith, Portsmith County, VA and reported she is a veteran of WWI. She is also a Navy Nurse in census for 1920, age 30, single, b. PA/parents PA, Balboa Park Naval Hospital, San Diego, San Diego County, CA.
So she enlisted before or for WWI and served WWII she was was a retired from the Navy. Naval Service records were not stored at the NARA in 1973 when they had a fire so hers should be available.
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