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Margaret "Peggy" Henry Fleming. Other member of Group F. Later she was assigned to Clubmobile "BOISE". Her tale is avaible in Memoirs: "The Ardennes Revisited 1944-1994". The Library of Congress American Folklife Center

Margaret "Peggy" Henry Fleming. Other member of Group F. Later she was assigned to Clubmobile "BOISE". Her tale is avaible in Memoirs: "The Ardennes Revisited 1944-1994". The Library of Congress American Folklife Center

"A taste of war life: American GIs waiting in line for a Red Cross coffee wagon (November 1942). Photograph by Toni Frissell." #vintage #1940s #WW2

"A taste of war life: American GIs waiting in line for a Red Cross coffee wagon (November 1942). Photograph by Toni Frissell." #vintage #1940s #WW2

Frances A. Murray. She joined the American Red Cross in 1943 and was sent to England aboard the Queen Mary. Assigned to an air base near Dover, England, she ran the Aero Club for pilots and mechanics. She later served in France and witnessed the liberation of the Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany

Frances A. Murray. She joined the American Red Cross in 1943 and was sent to England aboard the Queen Mary. Assigned to an air base near Dover, England, she ran the Aero Club for pilots and mechanics. She later served in France and witnessed the liberation of the Buchenwald concentration camp in Germany

1944 WWII American Red Cross Ad

1944 WWII American Red Cross Ad

Ann A. Bernatitus - WikipediaIn October 1942, she became the first American recipient of the Legion of Merit[1] for her heroism during the siege of Bataan and Corregidor from December 1941 through April 1942.

Ann A. Bernatitus - WikipediaIn October 1942, she became the first American recipient of the Legion of Merit[1] for her heroism during the siege of Bataan and Corregidor from December 1941 through April 1942.

Mary Haynsworth Mathews in field gear, 1944

Mary Haynsworth Mathews in field gear, 1944

Lt.(jg.) Harriet Ida Pickens and Ens. Frances Wills, the first African-American Waves to be commissioned. December 21, 1944

BLACK WOMEN IN AMERICA: BLACK AMERICAN WOMEN IN WORLD WAR II

Lt.(jg.) Harriet Ida Pickens and Ens. Frances Wills, the first African-American Waves to be commissioned. December 21, 1944

Jean M. Bright (b. 1915) served with the American Red Cross in New Guinea and Japan from 1944 to 1946.  After the war, Jean earned a masters degree in English from Columbia University and taught at North Carolina A State University until 1978. Photo via Jackson Library, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Jean M. Bright (b. 1915) served with the American Red Cross in New Guinea and Japan from 1944 to 1946. After the war, Jean earned a masters degree in English from Columbia University and taught at North Carolina A State University until 1978. Photo via Jackson Library, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro.

Margaret "Peggy" Henry Fleming with another clubmobiler. Not 100% confirmed but a good observer pointed me she could be Patricia Channer Dawson, also assigned to Group F.

Margaret "Peggy" Henry Fleming with another clubmobiler. Not 100% confirmed but a good observer pointed me she could be Patricia Channer Dawson, also assigned to Group F.

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