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  • In 1941 Congresswoman Edith Nourse Rogers met with General George C. Marshall that she informed him that she intended to introduce a bill to establish an Army women's corps
  • In May of 1942 The Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) was established to work with the Army, "for the purpose of making available to the national defense the knowledge, skill, and special training of the women of the nation." The Army would provide up to 150,000 "auxiliaries" with food, uniforms, living quarters, pay, and medical care.
  • President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the bill into law the next day, he set a recruitment goal of 25,000 for the first year. WAAC recruiting topped that goal by November,
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