1943 WAAC Recruiting Film "We're In The Army Now" (full)





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Published on Aug 19, 2013

Freely downloadable at the Internet Archive, where I first uploaded it. "On the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps. Reel 1, Gen. Marshall watches Oveta Hobby take the oath of office. Women enter a WAAC recruiting office, fill out applications, take physical examinations, and take the oath. Uniforms are issued and shots are given. Reel 2, WAAC's eat in a mess hall. A sergeant corrects a recruit at drill and demonstrates the salute. Shows a series of various duties and recreation. WAAC's parade at the end of their training period. Newly assigned WAAC's arrive at their quarters. The first WAAC detachment in North Africa is shown. Depicts clerical, technical, and other types of work done by WAAC's."
National Archives Identifier: 35838

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