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By: Elna Hilliard Grahn
In 1942, Grahn joined the new WAAC (Women's Army Auxiliary Corps). In 1943, she became the first woman to serve on a General Court-Martial, and by 1944 she was Commanding Officer of the 2525th Service Unit, WAC at South Post, Fort Meyer, Washington, D.C., responsible for 1,900 enlisted women serving 60 War Dept. agencies.
Major Grahn's recollections attempt to show WAAC/WAC life as it really was — good and bad.
195 pgs, SB, 6 x 9, photos. Some edges of the cover have a few wear looking places adn a slight bend in lower right corner of the front.