Originally from Middlesbrough, she moved to the Bridlington area in 1988 after 14 years' service in the Women's Royal Army Corps.
What does WRAC stand for?
WRAC stands for Women's Royal Army Corps
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- Website Rating and Advisory Council
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- Water Resources Advisory Board (Colorado)
- Williamson Road Area Business Association (Roanoke Valley, VA)
- Web Risk Assessment Cell (US Army)
- Weighted Risk Assessment Criteria
- Western Regional Aquaculture Consortium
- Window Room Air Conditioner
- Writing and Reading Across the Curriculum (Oakland, CA)
- Writing and Reading Assistance Center (various locations)
- Retired for Disability on account of Wounds Received in Action or for disability incurred in Combat with an Enemy of the United States
- Waste Receipt, Assay, Characterization and Supercompaction (International Atomic Energy Agency)
- Wisconsin Rapids Area Catholic Schools
- 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)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Kelly, a former member of the Women's Royal Army Corps, was working as housekeeper to the British ambassador to Germany, Sir Christopher Mallaby, when the Queen and Prince Philip came on an official visit to Berlin in 1992.
The Kings Heath pensioner, who met her husband Ray during a four-year stint in the Women's Royal Army Corps, was a member of the Federation of Birmingham Ex-Service Associations for more than 20 years.
She worked as a secretary for most of her life and served in the Women's Royal Army Corps during the Second World War.
Send your captioned old photographs to the address on the letters page with a return address on the back CAPTION(S): Rained off from its lunchtime concert in St John's Gardens, Liverpool, the Women's Royal Army Corps band hastily relocated to Picton Hall, as seen here on September 23, 1951.
She said: "I was about 13 when we had a careers fair and a captain in the Women's Royal Army Corps came and gave us a talk and I said to my friends, 'I am going to join the Army'.
Byline: LESLEY WALLACE Dear Editor, While your recent article on Veterans Week was very interesting, I and other members of the Women's Royal Army Corps (WRAC) in Birmingham were disappointed at the lack of attention paid to women's roles in the war (Birmingham honours its war veterans in week's celebrations, Post July 1).
Sandy was in the Women's Royal Army Corps for several years and her husband Peter spent 22 years with the Royal Artillery in Northern Ireland.