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Womens Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC)
United States Army
Strength
Not Specified
Type
Light Infantry
Years
1750 - 1750
Filed Under

Reporting Units

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Members Who Served in Womens Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC)

Adams-Earley, Charity Edna, LTC
Status
USA Veteran
Service Years
1942 - 1946
MOS
2110-Adjutant or Adjutant General
Primary Unit
6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion
Home State
South Carolina
Home Town
Kittrell, Columbia
Coffey, Lucy, S/SGT
Status
USA Veteran
Service Years
1941 - 1945
MOS
502-Administrative NCO
Primary Unit
Womens Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC)
Home State
Not Specified
Home Town
Not Specified
Culp, Oveta, COL
Status
Not Specified
Service Years
1953 - 1955
MOS
Not Specified
Primary Unit
Womens Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC)
Home State
Texas
Home Town
Killeen
Didlake, Emma Underwood, PFC
Status
USA Veteran
Service Years
1943 - 1944
MOS
345-Truck Driver Light
Primary Unit
Womens Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC)
Home State
Alabama
Home Town
Boligee
Ketron Jones, Virginia, SP 4
Status
USA Veteran
Service Years
1966 - 1967
MOS
71L10-Administrative Specialist
Primary Unit
Womens Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC)
Home State
North Carolina
Home Town
Not Specified
Masden, Leonard, SP 4
Status
USA Veteran
Service Years
1957 - 1959
MOS
Not Specified
Primary Unit
Womens Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC)
Home State
Kentucky
Home Town
Not Specified

Womens Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) Description

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Member Photos For Womens Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC)

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Womens Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) Patches

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Womens Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) Citations

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Womens Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) History

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Womens Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) Operations History

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Womens Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) Reunion information

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