158 items in this album on 8 pages.

Yeoman 2nd Class Bernice Elliot and Yeoman 3rd Class Martha Dietlin watched as Seaman 1st Class Kay Magee tried on her Overseas Cap, Naval Air Station, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, 1944-1945US Navy personnel Anna Welsh, Jackie Welsh, Evalyne Olsen, and Harold Howey, Naval Air Station, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, circa 1944WAVES personnel at the bow of Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, during her shakedown period, 19 Aug 1944WAVES Yeoman Second Class Blanche Oswald and Yeoman Third Class Betty Martin aboard USS Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, 19 Aug 1944. Note USS Alaska and escort carrier USS Croatan.
Yeoman 2nd Class Bernice Elliot and Yeoman 3rd Class Martha Dietlin watched as Seaman 1st Class Kay Magee tried on her Overseas Cap, Naval Air Station, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, 1944-1945US Navy personnel Anna Welsh, Jackie Welsh, Evalyne Olsen, and Harold Howey, Naval Air Station, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, circa 1944WAVES personnel at the bow of Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, during her shakedown period, 19 Aug 1944WAVES Yeoman Second Class Blanche Oswald and Yeoman Third Class Betty Martin aboard USS Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, 19 Aug 1944. Note USS Alaska and escort carrier USS Croatan.
WAVES Yeoman Second Class Blanche Oswald and Yeoman Third Class Betty Martin in a 5in twin gun turret aboard Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, 19 Aug 1944WAVES Yeoman Third Class Betty Martin exiting the rear door of a 5in twin gun turret aboard Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, during her shakedown period, 19 Aug 1944WAVES personnel examining a 20mm anti-aircraft machine gun aboard escort carrier Mission Bay, 20 Aug 1944WAVES personnel examining aircraft propellers aboard escort carrier Mission Bay, 20 Aug 1944
WAVES Yeoman Second Class Blanche Oswald and Yeoman Third Class Betty Martin in a 5in twin gun turret aboard Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, 19 Aug 1944WAVES Yeoman Third Class Betty Martin exiting the rear door of a 5in twin gun turret aboard Missouri, Norfolk Navy Yard, Virginia, United States, during her shakedown period, 19 Aug 1944WAVES personnel examining a 20mm anti-aircraft machine gun aboard escort carrier Mission Bay, 20 Aug 1944WAVES personnel examining aircraft propellers aboard escort carrier Mission Bay, 20 Aug 1944
WAVES personnel touring escort carrier Mission BayWAVES Yeoman 3rd Class Ellen Figg posing by the entrance to the Old Capitol Grounds, Milledgeville, Georgia, United States, circa Sep 1944WAVES and Women Marines mechanics marching, Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, circa 1944-1945; note PBM-3D, OS2U, and TBM aircraftWAVES personnel putting on leather flight gear in preparation of a flight simulation,  Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, United States, 15 Oct 1943
WAVES personnel touring escort carrier Mission Bay's pilothouse, 20 Aug 1944WAVES Yeoman 3rd Class Ellen Figg posing by the entrance to the Old Capitol Grounds, Milledgeville, Georgia, United States, circa Sep 1944WAVES and Women Marines mechanics marching, Naval Air Station, Norfolk, Virginia, United States, circa 1944-1945; note PBM-3D, OS2U, and TBM aircraftWAVES personnel putting on leather flight gear in preparation of a flight simulation, Naval Air Station, Jacksonville, Florida, United States, 15 Oct 1943
Carrier pigeon trainer WAVES Specialist 3rd Class Sidney Cazort, Naval Air Station, Moffett Field, California, United States, circa 1944-1945Frances Wills and Harriet Ida Pickens being sworn in as WAVES apprentice seamen by Lieutenant Rosamond D. Selle, New York City, New York, United States, Nov 1944Harriet Ida Pickens being sworn in as WAVES apprentice seamen by Lieutenant Rosamond D. Selle, New York City, New York, United States, Nov 1944WAVES Seaman 2nd Class Mary Swamberger and Seaman 2nd Class Dorothy Gasperi rolling a snowball at the Yeoman Training School, Iowa State College, Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States, 1944
Carrier pigeon trainer WAVES Specialist 3rd Class Sidney Cazort, Naval Air Station, Moffett Field, California, United States, circa 1944-1945Frances Wills and Harriet Ida Pickens being sworn in as WAVES apprentice seamen by Lieutenant Rosamond D. Selle, New York City, New York, United States, Nov 1944Harriet Ida Pickens being sworn in as WAVES apprentice seamen by Lieutenant Rosamond D. Selle, New York City, New York, United States, Nov 1944WAVES Seaman 2nd Class Mary Swamberger and Seaman 2nd Class Dorothy Gasperi rolling a snowball at the Yeoman Training School, Iowa State College, Cedar Falls, Iowa, United States, 1944
WAVES personnel boarding a R4D-6 transport aircraft while en route to Naval Air Station, Olathe, Kansas, United States, 13 Nov 1944WAVES personnel traveling aboard a R4D-6 transport aircraft while en route to Naval Air Station, Olathe, Kansas, United States, 13 Nov 1944Ensign Frances Wills and Lieutenant (jg) Harriet Ida Pickens eating lunch at Northampton, Massachusetts, United States, circa Dec 1944; they were US NavyFemale students of the Naval Reserve Midshipmen
WAVES personnel boarding a R4D-6 transport aircraft while en route to Naval Air Station, Olathe, Kansas, United States, 13 Nov 1944WAVES personnel traveling aboard a R4D-6 transport aircraft while en route to Naval Air Station, Olathe, Kansas, United States, 13 Nov 1944Ensign Frances Wills and Lieutenant (jg) Harriet Ida Pickens eating lunch at Northampton, Massachusetts, United States, circa Dec 1944; they were US Navy's first African-American officersFemale students of the Naval Reserve Midshipmen's School, Northampton, Massachusetts, United States marching, Dec 1944

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