Source : Doc Snafu’s WW-2 US Photos Collection
European Center of Military History
Note: the purpose of this post is to share a large group of photos of Women at War and have them online in printable size to be used. I am sorry for the images without caption, but some are in my archives for years (some even decade), and I never published a post to used these photos. If you have a fitting caption, don’t hesitate and contact me here.

Bolling Field, DC, WACs use a theodolite to obtain data on upper air flow of baloon

1/Sgt Grace Ghiazza. (USAAF Official Photograph) According to Rachel K. Ferguson, Librarian at Gen Ronald R. Fogleman Library, 1/Sgt Grace Ghiazza later became CMSgt Grace A. Peterson, the first Female Chief Master Sergeant of the USAF (1 June 1960)

World War Two, somewhere in Alaska, on the Alaska Highway. I’ve found this photo while writing the archive on Alaska in WW-2 and I don’t remember where it was. So, this is the only caption I have

No Caption (manufacturing incendiary bombs in the USA WW2)

No Caption (the ancestor of the French Airbus Gupy)

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The Army Air Corps Newsletter became Air Force: the Official Service Journal of the US Army Air Forces in December 1942, later AAF Review, and finally, Air Force Magazine. Air Service Newsletter

Just a nice wartime photo and nothing else (Days Remembered, Iconic photography of The Baltimore Sun

Evelyn E. Horton at Camp Pickett 1943

WASPs, Romulus AAF, 1944

Anne Xonia Miskerik, WAAC, from Milan, November 1942

A German nurse assists an 8th Armored Division medic treat a wounded German soldier captured during the battle for Unna, Germany, April-11, 1945

Probably in London 1945

US 806th Medical Air Evacuation Squadron 1944

US 806th Medical Air Evacuation Squadron 1944

US 806th Medical Air Evacuation Squadron 1944

US 806th Medical Air Evacuation Squadron 1944

US 806th Medical Air Evacuation Squadron 1944

US 806th Medical Air Evacuation Squadron 1944

Poppies from France – 2/Lt Suella Bernard smiles and shakes hands with Lt Foster, head nurse, while 2/Lt Mary Jane Brown of Columbus, Ohio, looks on. Nurse Brown brought poppies together with wounded from a beach head in Normandy. There are two of the nurses first to go on this Ninth Air Force evacuation mission and first to return with wounded to England.

An American Red Cross Worker Cleans up after a busy day on Saipan 1944

Lt Col Anna W. Wilson, WAC Director in the ETO, has lunch T/Sgt John Brownlee and Pfc Phyllis K. Berry, somewhere in France, 1944


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