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158 items in this album on 8 pages.

WAVES Ensign May Herrmann recruiting two women at the Officer Procurement office, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 30 Oct 1942US Navy recruitment poster for the WAVES program, circa Aug 1942-1945
WAVES Ensign May Herrmann recruiting two women at the Officer Procurement office, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, 30 Oct 1942US Navy recruitment poster for the WAVES program, circa Aug 1942-1945
US Navy WAVES personnel and British Royal Navy sailors obtaining free theater tickets from New YorkWAVES aircraft mechanics working on a SNJ aircraft, Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Whiting Field, Pensacola, Florida, United States, circa 1943-1945; note Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp radial engine
US Navy WAVES personnel and British Royal Navy sailors obtaining free theater tickets from New York's Defense Recreation Committee, New York, United States, circa 1943WAVES aircraft mechanics working on a SNJ aircraft, Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Whiting Field, Pensacola, Florida, United States, circa 1943-1945; note Pratt & Whitney R-1340 Wasp radial engine
WAVES Aviation MachinistWAVES Aviation Metalsmith 3rd Class Robie Young working at a grinder in the Assembly and Repair Department, Naval Air Station, Seattle, Washington, United States, circa 1943
WAVES Aviation Machinist's Mate 3rd Class C. F. Funk polishing a SNB or JRB aircraft, date unknown; note Pratt & Whitney R-985 radial engineWAVES Aviation Metalsmith 3rd Class Robie Young working at a grinder in the Assembly and Repair Department, Naval Air Station, Seattle, Washington, United States, circa 1943
WAVES Ensign Emma D. Shelton received salute from a US Marine sentry s she enters an apartment building that served as temporary WAVES quarters, circa 1943WAVES in double bunks in their barracks, circa 1943
WAVES Ensign Emma D. Shelton received salute from a US Marine sentry s she enters an apartment building that served as temporary WAVES quarters, circa 1943WAVES in double bunks in their barracks, circa 1943
WAVES officers marching at the intersection of Garden and Chauncy Streets in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States, circa 1943WAVES Parachute Rigger 3rd Class held up the pilot chute as she demonstrated parachute packing tools and techniques, Naval Air Station, New York, United States
WAVES officers marching at the intersection of Garden and Chauncy Streets in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States, circa 1943WAVES Parachute Rigger 3rd Class held up the pilot chute as she demonstrated parachute packing tools and techniques, Naval Air Station, New York, United States
WAVES Parachute Rigger working in a Naval Air StationWAVES Parachute Riggers 3rd Class Pearl L. Pittelkow and Virginia Sibbald repacking a parachute, Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tennessee, United States, circa 1943, photo 1 of 2
WAVES Parachute Rigger working in a Naval Air Station's parachute loft, date unknownWAVES Parachute Riggers 3rd Class Pearl L. Pittelkow and Virginia Sibbald repacking a parachute, Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tennessee, United States, circa 1943, photo 1 of 2
WAVES Parachute Riggers 3rd Class Pearl L. Pittelkow and Virginia Sibbald repacking a parachute, Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tennessee, United States, circa 1943, photo 2 of 2WAVES personnel standing by the north side of the Tidal Basin, overseeing the Jefferson Memorial, Washington, D.C., United States, circa 1943-1945
WAVES Parachute Riggers 3rd Class Pearl L. Pittelkow and Virginia Sibbald repacking a parachute, Naval Air Station, Memphis, Tennessee, United States, circa 1943, photo 2 of 2WAVES personnel standing by the north side of the Tidal Basin, overseeing the Jefferson Memorial, Washington, D.C., United States, circa 1943-1945
WAVES petty officers wearing their new rating badges after completion of specialized training, circa 1943WAVES practicing archery,circa 1943-1945
WAVES petty officers wearing their new rating badges after completion of specialized training, circa 1943WAVES practicing archery,circa 1943-1945
WAVES recruit company during WW2, date unknownWAVES seaman reading a letter, circa 1943-1945
WAVES recruit company during WW2, date unknownWAVES seaman reading a letter, circa 1943-1945
WAVES Specialist (Teacher) Sheila Macksey checking a radio range chart, while serving as a Link trainer instructor at Naval Air Station, St. Louis, Missouri, United States, circa 1943WAVES recruits posing before the training began, Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States, Jan 1943
WAVES Specialist (Teacher) Sheila Macksey checking a radio range chart, while serving as a Link trainer instructor at Naval Air Station, St. Louis, Missouri, United States, circa 1943WAVES recruits posing before the training began, Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States, Jan 1943

158 items in this album on 8 pages.



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