Three young women arrive at the Women's Army Corps facility in Fort Des Moines for varied reasons and with different goals. Mary Savage is a war widow who wants to become an officer, farm girl Stormy Hart wants to become involved in motor transport, and Lorna Travis seeks to win the approval of her father, a major general, who has very chauvinist views on the role of women in the military. Intensive training and guidance prepares the three to make a contribution to the success of the upcoming war games conducted by General Travis and validate the value of the WACS to the war effort.. Written by
Gabe Taverney (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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Anastasia "Stormy" Hart
I figured on goin' in the motor transport. I used to drive a five ton tractor on the farm. You reckon' I can wrassle them army trucks?
Well, you should give one plenty of competition anyway. You know, girls, the WACS offer a great opportunity for every woman that wants to specialize. You'll be serving your countryt, and at the same time you'll be learning something that may to be of great value to you after the war.
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