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In the style of her previous work, WASPs (Women Airforce Service Pilots in World War II), author Vera Williams presents an anecdotal and nostalgic history of the Women's Army Corps that was formed in 1942 and had the distinct title of WACs until it was absorbed into the regular Army in 1978. First-person accounts of the trials of training, the joys of accomplishment, and the anguish of serving in war zones around the world make this a compelling text. Illustrated by photos from government sources and, best of all, from individual WACs.