Democrat Waukon, Iowa
Men Released ! For Active Duty
! DOING wtfSF FORMERLY i DONE BY MEN. PERFORM 100 DIFFERENT* TASKS
"Women in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps are playing important roles in toaay's warfare, | helping to get important army J messages through by operating j radios, teletypewriters, and tele-I phones. The nimble hands of I carefully trained WAAC tech-I nicians aid in getting the mes-i sages through to our armies in I the field," Lt. Genevieve Mrok, | of the Dubuque Recruiting office, | said today.
The Women's Army Auxiliary Corps maintains schools where Waacs are taught radio repairing and operating, motor trans-j port, army administration, music j (to become WAAC band lead-I ers), and other useful and interesting duties. Upon completion ! of their course, the Waacs go to ! active duty at army posts and I stations, where they relieve [ soldiers needed for front line I duty.
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