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I decided I needed to post something that wasn’t mid-19th century, or an image. Not quite ambitious enough to pull out some of the storage, so this little WAAC recruiting brochure will have to do.

The WAAC, or Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps, was established in May of 1942, to help the United States in the war effort. They were disbanded in July of 1943, when the Army created the Women’s Army Corps- an absorbed in the WAC.

Many of the WAACs enlisted in the WAC at that point, and with the exception of some title and uniform changes, performed many of the same job functions.

This brochure is in perfect condition, and folds out to 12 pages of information.

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