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Click here to read about the most famous woman truck driver in all of World War II...




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Attached is a CLICK MAGAZINE photo-essay about the hard-charging WAACS of the Motor Transport School in glamorous Daytona Beach, Florida (shortly after this article appeared, WAACs, Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, was shortened to WACs: Women's Army Corps). Trained to operate and maintain two-ton trucks, the American women of the WAACs were mobilized to run the vast convoy system within the U.S. in order to free-up their male counterparts for more dangerous work in hostile regions.

Click here if you would like to read a glossary of WAC slang terms.

Read about the WACs in the Korean War...

To read about a woman who served as a sniper in the German Army of W.W. II, click here.

       *Watch a 1940s Newsreel Film About the WACs of World War Two*


WAAC Truck Drivers (Click Magazine, 1943)

WAAC Truck Drivers (Click Magazine, 1943)

WAAC Truck Drivers (Click Magazine, 1943)

WAAC Truck Drivers (Click Magazine, 1943)

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