May is a pivotal month in American history. Not only do we have Armed Forces Day and Memorial Day to celebrate each year, but we also have May 15, which is WAC Day. That’s right: WAC for Women’s Army Corps.
The Women’s Army Corps was founded during World War II on May 15, 1942. And on that day Public Law 554 was approved making members of the WAC as the first women other than nurses to serve within the ranks of the United States U.S. Army.
“WACs” have served with bravery, honor and distinction since its founding in 1942, and it is our pleasure to give a shout-out and salute to all our ladies in uniform! To learn more about the Women’s Army Corps, visit this informative site online: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Women%27s_Army_Corps. It’s a very stimulating and inspiring read!
Meanwhile, the 59 VETERANS PROJECTS continues to gear up and prepare for its major offensive in 2015. To learn more about our seminal project and how you can be a critical part of it, visit our headquarters unit here: http://www.59veterans.com.