The Marine Corps In World War Two: 29 New Enlisted Women On Base

Carl | October 15, 2013 

Arrival of 29 more enlisted Women Reserves from New River, scheduled for this week-end, will bring the number serving on the Base to 256 and 10 officers and at Camp Matthews to 27 enlisted and one officer.

Assignments of 43 who arrived 3 Jan. were announced this week. Seven each were attached to RD and MT School, five to Casual Co. No. 2, four to Base Photo Shop, three each to commissioned officers’ mess and Base library, and two each to Gd. Bn. No. 2 and Camp Matthews. One each was assigned to the athletic office, PX, Hq. Co. Base Hq. Bn., Base recreation, intelligence office, telephone exchange, disbursing and transportation, chief electrician’s office, Motor Transport, and police sergeant’s building.

From the 15 January 1944 issue of the Marine Corps Chevron

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