Republican. LC Bloomfield, Iowa
Continue Drivif^ ign WACs
Civilian Ifccrultlnc (iroup
Remains Aetive Until
Quota Ts Mel
Governor ltourke It. HiVkeiiloop-or, n( the request of General George C. Marshall, chief of staff, has issued a call to tin' chairmen of the
civilian WjAC recruiting committees
In each Iowa county to keep their organizations functioning until i lown meets its WAC quota. Chair* j mini (his county Is Mrs. It. C, Tay-ior.
In a statement earlier. Governor Ilkkciilooper stilted that although W.\r recruiting in Iowa bad shown' eonre improvement, the anticipated number of women joining had not been up to expectntlon&i
Major Floyd is. Miller, commanding orficer of army recruiting iu Iowa, also announced that enlistment opportunities in the Women's
Army Corps have DOW enlarged to
Include nil components of the army,
and the drive has been extended until QuotflS are met In Iowa.
''Effective lit once." Major Miller Stated, "women may now join the Women's Army Corps for specific job assignment to the Army fJ round Forces and Army Service Forces, its well as the Army Air Kon-es."
This enlarged program opens up new opportunities for women iu the army, in that, they may now he assured of an Initial assignment, after completion of basic training, to the specific occupational fields selected, within the component of the army in which they wish to serve, namely army ground forces. Service forces or air forces. Furthermore. In the Case of those who may in* interested in duty with the Army Service Forces, and who wish assignment within the geographic limits of the service command in which enlisted, such area assignment can he made. Iowa, for instance, is in the Serventh .Service Command, which comprises the following states: Colorado, Wyoming. Missouri. Kansas, Minnesota, North ' and .s»iif.h Hjil|-n|-i nnl KnlTi'jJ^i f
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