FROM HAIRDRESSER TO WAAF: TRAINING FOR LIFE IN THE WOMEN'S AUXILIARY AIR FORCE, UK, 1942
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A WAAF, possibly C F Garnet, of the RAF Maintenance Unit helps an airman to unpack and check a rudder and elevator unit, which has just arrived at the stores of a Royal Air Force base, somewhere in Britain. It is possible that this is being carried out as part of her training, possibly RAF Bridgnorth in Shropshire.