My aunt Dorothy Schwartz was on active duty with the Women's Army Corps starting Sept. 11, 1942. She got her separation papers on August 31, 1945 after having been stationed in Europe.
She was discharged with the rank of Sergeant, having received a Certificate of Merit and a Bronze Star for "meritorious service in direct support of military operations" from 1943 to 1945.
One of her letters is included in the book With love, Jane, a compilation of correspondence from American women on the war front.
In addition, she was the historian of the Woman's Army Corps Detachment, HQ, 9th Air Division in 1944-1945.
In honor of Veterans' Day, I honor her memory and salute all our vets.
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