Des Moines, Iowa
GREETS WAAC CHIEF
Brig. Gen. Don C. Faith (right), director of all WAAC training, was met at the railroad station Monday morning by Col. J, A. Hoag, commandant of the Fort Des Moines WAAC training center.
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Faith Here, Plans WAAC Program
Brig". Gen. Don C. Faith of Day-tona Beach, Fla., commandant of the women's army auxiliary corps training program, was in Des Moines Monday conferring with] Col. J. A. Hoag, commandant ofj the Fort Des Moines WAAC train-'ing center.
General Faith, who opened the WAAC training program here and was in command at Fort Des Moines before feeing sent to Day-tona Beach, said his visit here is in connection "with co-ordinating the training programs at all three
training centers." General b^ll said the third training center at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., will open shortly.
General Faith said he now has approximately 2,500 WAACs at Daytona Beach "and we will go on up to a
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