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

Chinese employees at an airfield near Chungking give a helping hand to enlisted women of the first WAC detachment to arrive in the China Theatre. Following their trip over the ‘Hump’ these WACs were assigned for duty at a new Army Air Forces headquarters, recently established in Chungking under the command of Lt. Gen George E. Stratemeyer

With a job well done, the Air WACs prepare to leave US airfields in China – destination, USA. The prospects of home and loved ones will keep those happy smiles on their faces all the way

Air WACs in WWII with new 15th AF shoulder sleeve insignia

WASPs in classroom, Romulus Army Airfield, Michigan, 1944

It’s a WW-1 photo but it is a really good one. That why I am sharing it. Colors of National League for Women’s Service, Motor Corps of America, 1918

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