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Q58167 - Lieutenant Charles A. J. Beavers of the U.S. Army Air Corps. (ADAH)

Lieutenant Charles A. Beavers of the U. Army Air Corps, in Camden, Arkansas. :: Alabama Photographs and Pictures Collection

Q58168 - Lieutenant Charles A. J. Beavers of the U.S. Army Air Corps, after receiving his wings at Craig Field in Selma, Alabama. (ADAH)

Q58168 - Lieutenant Charles A. J. Beavers of the U.S. Army Air Corps, after receiving his wings at Craig Field in Selma, Alabama. (ADAH)

Q49360 - Member of the Women's Army Corps shaking hands with a member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots, at the bottom of an airplane ramp at Brookley Field in Mobile, Alabama. (ADAH)

- Member of the Women's Army Corps shaking hands with a member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots, at the bottom of an airplane ramp at Brookley Field in Mobile, Alabama.

Q57173 - Lieutenant John Oden Luttrell, Jr., in the uniform of a U.S. Army warrant officer. The photograph is signed, "Merry Christmas to the Sweetest Girl in The World / Love Always / Jiggy." (ADAH)

, in the uniform of a U. The photograph is signed, "Merry Christmas to the Sweetest Girl in The World / Love Always / Jiggy.

red cross gmc:life - Google zoeken

National Doughnut Day started in 1938 when it was created by the Salvation Army to honor the women who served doughnuts to the soldiers during World War I. Doughnuts were back on the front lines in World War II.

Q49359 - Members of the Women's Army Corps and the Women Airforce Service Pilots marching at Brookley Field in Mobile, Alabama. (ADAH)

- Members of the Women's Army Corps and the Women Airforce Service Pilots marching at Brookley Field in Mobile, Alabama.

1940s

American Red Cross Canteen Corps, Newport News, Virginia, Collection of Peninsula Jewish Historical Society.

It's time out for coffee and doughnuts for these hard-working "Sea Bees" at their bivouac area, somewhere in France, when the Red Cross club mobile "Omaha" makes a welcome stop. France - August 24, 1944

It's time out for coffee and doughnuts for these hard-working "Sea Bees" at their bivouac area, somewhere in France, when the Red Cross club mobile "Omaha" makes a welcome stop.

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