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  • Civilian Women’s Contributions to Scott in World War II

    While today’s military has long acknowledged the impact of gender diversity in its ranks, there was a significant period where that was not the case. The Army Air Corps, the Army Air Forces, and the Air Force had various obstacles in place preventing women from truly serving alongside men.