Women's Army Corps

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Noun1.Women's Army Corps - an army corps that was organized in World War II but is no longer a separate branch of the United States Army
army corps, corps - an army unit usually consisting of two or more divisions and their support
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Being too young to enlist in the Royal Canadian Air Force Women's Division at 20 years of age, Rochon joined the Canadian Women's Army Corps (CWAC) in 1942.
After the reduction of the Women's Army Corps in 1953, there were 20 female officers and 50 female enlisted Soldiers serving as military police.
McGraw, who was the official Women's Army Corps and Women's Army Auxiliary Corps photographer from 1942 to 1946.
She was a veteran of World War II, serving as a corporal in the Women's Army Corps.
one year later, the Women's Army Corps (WAC) was made a part of the
Few know that better than retired Brigadier General Pat Foote, who was commissioned to serve in the Women's Army Corps, as it was then called, in 1959 and began active duty in 1960.
On May 13, 1945, twenty-two "sightseers"--nine of them WACs (Women's Army Corps)--boarded a C-47 and headed for the valley.
Sarah Keys was a shy young Women's Army Corps private who refused to give up her seat on a North Carolina bus, and her actions created change as well.
She attended high school in Cottage Grove, and served in the Women's Army Corps during World War II.
To pass time and pass on wisdom, Mare recounts her fascinating experiences in the Women's Army Corps' African-American battalion during World War II.
In 1944 Joanne leaves her Greenpoint Brooklyn cold water flat to join the Women's Army Corps. She has been assigned office duty in Cairo Egypt.

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