Officers review the WAACs as they parade at the end of their training period in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:3 min 58 sec Sound:Yes
A film on the Women Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) in the United States. WAACs parade at the end of their training period. Officers review them. Recruits stand at attention and are ready to serve the army. An officer seated at his desk in an office. A woman stands nearby. A woman driving a jeep. Another woman repairs a jeep. The WAACs prepare food for soldiers. They are engaged in switch board operations. Animated map locates work areas of the women. A train passing on a railway track. Newly assigned WAACs arrive at their quarters. Ships in a harbor. The first WAAC detachment in North Africa. Clerical, technical and other types of work done by the WAACs. They work with soldiers. They draw military maps and charts. Women at a motor pool. The WAACs marching.
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