Tribune Indianola, Iowa
Women Are Needed
As Lab Techni-
"When an arrty cfclonel puis in a word for tbfe Women's Army Corps, and asks his [men going on furlough to '. / . bd sure and tell your family and all the eligible ladies in your community what a wonderful job the Women's Army Corps is doing and help us to recruit more women for il!' you may be certain that the Women's Army Corps has won its right to serve side by side with army men." C. C. j Schrier. recruiter for Warren county, said.
Do Important Jobs
The officers who gives this commendable message to all his furlough-bound soldiers is Col. Christian Hildebrand. executive officer of the lank destroyer replacement training center. Camp Hood. Texas.
The WACs at Camp Hood serve with the army ground forces, and some of the interesting and important jobs they do are: Radio reconnaissance car driver, jeep driver, supply sergeant, clerk-typist, stenographer, cook, motion picture projectionist, and others. All together, there are 239 different job types WACs are doing with the army service, ground and air forces.
Mr. Schrier called attention to the work of WACs as laboratory technicians as shows in the', above picture.
Make Slogan Good
Colonel Hildebrend's complimentary remarks are typical of the appreciation of the army fqr the work of the Women's Army Corps. Requests for hundreds of thousands more WACs have been sent to WAC headquarters from army commanders in every part of the country. No wonder the WAC feels they have made good their slogan, "Woman's place in war— the Women's Army Corps!"
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