Women's Contribution to USACE during WWII
During World War II, women worked outside their homes and in non-traditional occupations in unprecedented numbers. Just over 2,000 women worked in Corps headquarters, then called the Office of the Chief of Engineers (OCE). Many women remained in clerical positions during World War II, but others moved into new areas.

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