When determining the appropriate uniform for one's impression(s), it's necessary to use a multitude of resources. We'll keep sharing uniform references on the blog, so stay tuned, but let's focus on T/E 21 for today. Tables of equipment (T/Es) were charts of the equipment to be issued to an organization or individual. T/E 21 "Clothing … Continue reading Table of Equipment 21
The first known published crossword was in the December 21, 1913 edition of the New York World newspaper. December 21 is Crossword Puzzle Day & to celebrate we've made a WAC crossword! A downloadable PDF version is available here. We tried to not make it too easy, but we promise it's not the Sunday Times-level … Continue reading Happy Crossword Puzzle Day
WAC Training Programs went through several changes during WWII. This infographic will help explain some of the changes that were made from the first classes in 1942, to the adoption of MTP 35-10 in July 1944.
These are questions that we are asked the most, by public, other reenactors, and new members What does WAC mean? What does WAAC mean? What's the difference? WAC is the acronym for Women’s Army Corps, WAAC is the acronym for Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps. The Corps was originally organized as the WAAC, and transitioned to … Continue reading FAQs about the WAC