What Is The Role Of Women's Duty During Ww2

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According to government records, there were 22,000 women in uniform when World War II ended and there were some 120,000 on active duty during the Korean War. Roughly one-third of them were health care providers. Female patriots volunteered for service in the Women's Army Corps (WAC), Women in the Air Force (WAF), Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service of Navy Women's Reserves (WAVES), and Women Marines. Those who were medical personnel served in Korea in Mobile Army Surgical Hospitals (MASH units), onboard hospital ships, in MEDEVAC aircraft, and in hospitals in Japan, Hawaii, and the USA that were receiving the wounded from Korea.
In June 1950 there was only one Army nurse (Capt. Viola B. McConnell) on duty in Korea. By August
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