Mrs McEwan was originally from Poole in Dorset and served in the Women's Royal Air Force, stationed in Ireland.
What does WRAF stand for?
WRAF stands for Women's Royal Air Force
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- Military and Government
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- Waste Receipt, Assay, Characterization and Supercompaction (International Atomic Energy Agency)
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- Wisconsin Rapids Area Convention Visitors Bureau (Wisconsin Rapids, WI)
- Wave Riders Against Drugs
- WebSphere Rational Application Developer (software; online course; web development)
- Western Region Alcohol and Drug Centre (Warrnambool, Victoria, Australia)
- Western Roots Artistic Directors (est. 1999; Alberta, Canada)
- World Recreation Association of the Deaf
- Writing and Reading All Day (literacy)
- World Rally Against Drunk Driving
- Warner Robins Air Force Base (Georgia)
- Warrior Run Area Fire Department (Watsontown, PA)
- Waterfront Ratepayers After Fair Taxation (Ontario, Canada)
- Washington Regional Association of Grantmakers (Washington, DC)
- Waverley Retirement Activities Group (Australia)
- Weed Resistance Action Group
- Western Region Ash Group (est. 1994)
- Whippet Running Activities Group (Washington)
- Woodhouse Ridge Action Group (Leeds, UK)
- Work Related Activity Group (UK)
Samples in periodicals archive:
She joined the Women's Royal Air Force in 1918 at age 17, serving tea and meals to officers at an air base in England until the war that pitted the Allies--including the U.
Florence Green had joined the Women's Royal Air Force in September 1918, and served as a waitress at an air base in England.
She served as a waitress in the Women's Royal Air Force.
Ms Green, who turned 110 in February, served as a waitress in the Women's Royal Air Force.
The bisexuals in the Women's Royal Air Force (WARF) were considered mentally ill and told to undergo psychological treatment.
Kerry Reed, 48, formerly of the Women's Royal Air Force, is a close neighbour of the prince but this was the first time she had met him.
Also at the ceremony will be Margaret Wilson, 89, who was a nurse during the war and helped to tend to injured soldiers, and Nora McLackland, 94, who was with the Women's Royal Air Force.