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WWII US Women

Girls who want the war to end as soon as possible are leaving unessential civilian jobs and taking over vital posts in war plants. At the TWA-operated modification center, women workers are easing the manpower shortage. Two former telephone operators changing the ball and socket mounting for a machine gun in the nose of a B-25 bomber in Kansas City, Missouri, May 11, 1943. They are Mary Manning, 18, (inside the nose) of Kansas City, and Norma Baker, 22, of Meadville, Mo. Each has a brother in the armed forces. (AP Photo)

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May 11, 1943 12:00:00 AM
June 01, 2011 05:17:41 PM
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Standing Weaponry Expertise Teamwork Holding Concentration
Kansas City, MISSOURI, United States
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