"...tells a story of the trials and tribulations of the WAC from the beginning to the end of World War II. It is very interesting...easy reading, very well written, and of extreme importance as part of the History of WWII." -- Franklin E. Miles, Major Genral, retired US Army
"I finally got a chance to read your chapter, and I have to tell you that it is splendid. Your writing fairly sparkles! You have a real flair for setting up a scene and for recreating events that happened fifty years ago, and that is no mean feat. Bravo!" -- Mark G. Hirsch, Editor, Smithsonian Institution Press
"It was easy reading. Brought back many memories. To this day I thank God for allowing me to serve our country in the WAAC/WAC during those years." -- Kaye Mastroianne, former WAC Captain, US Army
About the Author
Carol Hossner Bessey served three years in the military during World War II, first in the Women's Auxiliary Army Corps (WAAC), and then in the Wiomen's Army Corps (WAC). She was the editor of an award-winning weekly newspaper, "The Ashton Herald," and later "The Fall River Review" for 25 years. She is presently a contributing writer for the daily newspaper, the Post Register. She lives at her rural home in the scenic area of Ashton, Id., near the Yellowstone Park border.