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Alice (WAF) (Volume 2) Paperback – April 1, 2016
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WAF: Alice is the story of women in the Air Force during the Viet Nam war and the changing times after the war. Drugs, violence, hate, alcoholism and divorce often followed when the men returned. A new generation was forged as we banded together We grew stronger and moved on with our lives. There was no help for the PTSD except talking with each other. A visit to the psychologist meant an unfit for duty report and discharge from the Air Force. We women grew stronger and branched out into new career fields in the air Force. We learned to combine motherhood and military life while struggling to understand the aftermath of the war and our changing nation. War killed our dreams. We had to build new ones. WAF: Alice tells how we survived, grew stronger and learned to keep love alive against all odds..--This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
About the Author
Bunny was one of the many military women who served in the W.A.F.
She lived the stories on these pages and she cares about the stories of these military women.
Bunny served as a WAF medic from 1963-1965. She was one of the only nine women who complete the basic training flight she enlisted in. Life dictated she become a mother and a military wife and she was stationed all over the world with her husband.
Bunny never stopped serving her fellow man as she worked both in Law Enforcement/Corrections and Healthcare in her civilian life. Ultimately, she became the caregiver for her husband when he languished and died of ARDS (Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome). Now she tirelessly works to educate others about the early detection of ARDS in an effort to save the lives she still can.
Now Bunny writes military fiction novels and Air Force Books about her time in WAF.
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