WAAC


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WAAC

abbr.
Women's Army Auxiliary Corps

WAAC

(wæk)
(formerly) n acronym for
1. (Military) Women's Army Auxiliary Corps
2. (Military) Also called: waac a member of this corps
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It appeared that when the khakiclad young woman was passing along the street, accompanied by a woman friend, another woman turned round and shouted: "It's the likes of you that are keeping our husbands out in France," and at the same time she spat at the 'WAAC.' The friend of the latter protested at that statement, and told the woman she ought not to talk like that, as the WAACs were doing good work, whereupon the woman struck her in the face.
coli, the first and second Hep residues (Figure 13) are added sequentially to the first Kdo by WaaC and WaaF, respectively, and a branching Hep is added to the second Hep by WaaQ [1, 95].
By the end of the war, nearly 200,000 women had, in one form or another, seen active service with British forces, with 57,000 serving in the WAAC and a further 14,450 in the Women's Royal Air Force and Women's Royal Naval Service.
(20.) WAAC members represent less than 2% of the raw EASMF dataset.
As a member of the WAAC, Lilly requests deployment to the field hospital in France where she will be reunited with Robert Fraser, a Scottish army surgeon of humble birth and best friend of her dear brother Edward.
(10) In World War II, women served in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC), in the Navy program Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service (WAVES), in the Marine Corps Women's Reserve and in the Coast Guard Women's Reserve.
Later that year, she was required to reenlist when the WAAC became the Women's Army Corps [WAC].
"We welcomed him into our home for a little more comfort, and he has insisted on integrating with the cats ever since," said Judi, who runs Wales Against Animal Cruelty (WAAC).
She worked as a school teacher in Auburn for several years before enlisting in the US Army WAAC. A WWII Veteran, she was attached to the Logistics and Transportation Unit at Camp Myles Standish, in Taunton, where she attained the rank of Master Sergeant.