Pressure from women for their own uniformed service began in August 1914, but it was the end of 1916 before the War Office established the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC). In April 1918, the WAAC was renamed Queen Mary’s Army Auxiliary Corps. The Women’s Royal Naval Service was formed in November 1917, and the Women’s Royal Air Force was set up on 1 April 1918. In total, over 100,000 women joined Britain’s armed forces during the war.
In spite of their admiration for the British WAAFs, Canadian women were NOT happy with the hat. As one girl said, it looked like you could carry a bag of potatoes under it. No wonder they called it “the old pie crust.” ~
MARIA KURKOVA → Also simply known as THE HEADMISTRESS, is a Lumen of Russian deacend. She's an Alpha and the commanding officer in the British Royal Air Force. Maria is a very ruthless for a female Alpha, which makes her dangerous and feared among the enemy lines.