Des Moines, Iowa
^jSpefWAAF Meets WAAC
where WAAFs mended fabrics, checked winches, and drove lorries. During the evacuation of Dun-kerque, Squadron Officer Hunt served at the air ministry at London. In July, 1940, she was sent to the* United States in charge of a WAAF unit stationed at New York, N. Y.
She has been in the United States lately as senior officer in charge of the WAAF unit at the British air ministry in Washington, D. C. In addition to administrative duties she continues in communications duties for the air ministry. She is 38.
Squadron Officer Hunt came to Des Moines during the afternoon in an army plane with Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobby, national head of the WAAC. Mrs. Hunt is to leave Des Moines immediately after the graduation exercises.
WAAF meets WAAC in this picture taken at the Fort Des Moines army post, where the women's auxiliary army corps is in training. Squadron Officer Kathleen Hunt (left), dressed in the b
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Caption reads: WAAF meets WAAC in this picture taken at the Fort Des Moines army post, where the women's auxiliary army corps is in training. Squadron Officer Kathleen Hunt (left), dressed in the blue-gray uniform of the R.A.F., will deliver the principal address today at the graduating exercises of the second WAAC contingent. With her is Third Officer Muni, assistant post adjutant. Mrs. Hunt has been a member of the women's auxiliary air force since 1939. Her husband is in the British army in Egypt.
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