Who were the first women in U.S. Army training?

Answer The Women's Army Auxiliary Corps was approved by U.S. Congress on May 14th, 1942, and signed into law by President Franklin D. Roosevelt the next day, which enabled women to join the U.S. Army. The... Read More »

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Were the assyrian army the first large army to use iron weapons?

Were women allowed in the romen army?

Women were not allowed to serve as members of the Roman Legions.

When were women allowed to join the Army?

In July 1940, the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC) welcomed the first females into the army for roles other than those of nurses. The WAAC operated until 1978, at which time women were permitted... Read More »

Were women allowed to fight in the army in 1942?

no, most women worked at factory's or store's to provide for there family, because men were drafted into the war.