We’ve been hitting the photo archives here at the USO. We have lots of historical information when it comes to what we do, but every now and again ever we get stumped.
This is a close-up shot from a picture of five service women participating in Armed Services Day in what looks to be Times Square in the 1940s. The exact year is unknown. Her uniform is long-sleeved, since the season dictates which uniform is worn.
But who or what is she a member of? Can you identify the insignia/patches on her clothing? Have similar pictures? Leave a comment and help us solve the mystery of this woman…
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