WRAC


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WRAC

abbr.
Women's Royal Army Corps

WRAC

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Military) Women's Royal Army Corps

WRAC

(ræk)

n.
Women's Royal Army Corps.
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WRAC will assume $2.7 billion of long-term care reserves from Bankers Life & Casualty Company via 100% indemnity reinsurance on a full funds transfer basis and collateral "comfort" trust.
Mo married husband Ray in 1963 in Cyprus while serving in the WRAC. The pair have one son, also called Ray, four grandchildren and a great-grandchild, Responding to Mo's swab claims in 2010, a spokesman for Queen Elizabeth Hospital, in Edgbaston, said: "Due to reasons of patient confidentiality, University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust cannot comment on the specifics of the case.
In the WRAC she also worked as a Radar Operator, based near Tenby, Wales.
Women played a crucial role in the war effort in organisations such as the WRAC, the Auxiliary Territorial Service, the WAFS and the Navy equivalent.
Vehicles are to be kept 10m apart and all participants are requested to obey the WRAC stewards and to work with any Garda requests.
Fusilier Hefyn Hughes and his father John CSM on exercise in Gibraltar | RAF mounntain rescue team in a blizzard at 3,000ft, in 1964 The Americans are coming!: In September 1982 RAF Valley acted as a temporary base for a squadron of AVS American Harriers, |led by Lt Col Harry Blot, who is pictured here Armoured tractor ploughing fields littered with shells in |August 1969 to reclaim an Artillery range at Trawsfynydd Royal Welch Fusiliers march back to their barracks at Hight-|own, Wrexham after the service at the War Memorial in 1967 WRAC enthusiasts in Llandudno in March 1954.
"When Cannon Street was demolished we eventually moved to Brambles Farm, but by this time I had joined the WRAC and spent some years in married quarters.
At the WRAC he started working again with Cathy Covey.
Private Marjorie Roberts, right, shows off the proposed new WRAC working uniform to Sergeant Frances Taylor at the recruiting office in Pownall Square, Liverpool, in March, 1959.
BIRKENHEAD: Calling all ex-ATS, WRAC and ARMY girls.
I went into the WRAC in 1956, married in 1960, and moved to Nechells.