An Officer & A Lady by Betty Bandel
AN OFFICER AND A LADY: The World War II Letters of Lt. Col. Betty Bandel, Women's Army Corps. by Betty Bandel
Paperback (248 pages)
From 1942 to 1945, Lieutenant Colonel Betty Bandel (retired) served in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps (WAAC, later WAC, the Women's Army Corps), eventually heading the WAC Division of the Army Air Force. During these years she wrote hundreds of letters to family and friends tracing her growth from an enthusiastic recruit, agog in the presence of public figures such as Eleanor Roosevelt (code named Rover), to a seasoned officer and leader.