WAAF


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WAAF

abbr.
Women's Auxiliary Air Force

WAAF

(wæf)
(formerly) n acronym for
1. (Military)
a. Women's Auxiliary Air Force
b. Women's Auxiliary Australian Air Force
2. (Military) Also called: Waaf a member of either of these forces
Translations

Waaf

n (Brit) → Mitglied ntder weiblichen Luftwaffe
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Army Installations Located At Schofield Barracks (SB), Wheeler Army Airfield (WAAF), Helemano Military Reservation (HMR), Tripler Army Medical Center (TAMC), Aliamanu Military Reservation (AMR), And Fort Shafter (FS), On The Island Of Oahu, Hawaii, HI
Director Wayne Vincent said: "Girlfriends provides a powerful and evocative reminder of the work that women in the WAAF carried out with determination, courage and humour in support of the war effort.
Despite serving in the WAAF for four years, Joyce is adamant she didn't do "anything special" to deserve the medal honouring her brave service 72 years after the war ended.
Her advice on the WAAF was sought by historians, documentary makers and even a Hollywood scriptwriter.
Towards the end of the war, the number of staff was 1378 RAF and 408 WAAF (110 RAF and eight WAAF officers, 220 RAF and 10 WAAF NCOs, 1048 RAF and 390 WAAF of other ranks).
TWO former members of the RAF have taken part in a national relay to mark the 75th anniversary of the Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF).
ALL ranks from RAF, WAAF and WRAF or next of kin who served at RAF St Eval are invited to join the RAF St Eval Coastal Command Association.
She joined the Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF) in 1939 and in the 1950s she was part of the Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS).
During World War II, Felicity Ashbee rose through the ranks of Britain's Women's Auxiliary Air Force (WAAF).
"For the Duration: A Lighthearted WAAF Memoir" is a memoir from Felicity Ashbee as she recounts her time with the Britain's Women's Auxiliary Air Force, or the WAAF.
Doreen Uff, a Leicester lass who started working life at Gibbons the printers in the city, joined the WAAF in April 1942.