The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas on August 12, 1951 · Page 33
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The Corpus Christi Caller-Times from Corpus Christi, Texas · Page 33

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Sunday, August 12, 1951
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-fc jgw, -« JM V ^ fe' Young Women Are Neecfocf Too. as officers in the Women's Army Corps. Qualified college graduates may now apply for entrance into the WAC Officer Candidate School. After successful completion of a 10 months course, they are awarded the gold bars of a 2nd Lieutenant and receive the same pay, allowances, promotion and privileges that accrue to all officers in the U. S. Army. You may obtain details by contacting your nearest U. S. Army and U. S. Air Force Recruiting Station or any Army installation. NOW can be an Officer This is the chance of a lifetime for patriotic young Americans who are high school graduates or can pass equivalent examinations. Just think of it! The Army offers you the opportunity to become an Army officer ... within one year ... trained and ready to lead others in the service of their country. An officer's commission carries with it more than generous material benefits such as pay, promotion, allowances and social prestige. It offers a rewarding way of life that would be difficult to match in any other field of endeavor. Find out today if you can qualify. Here is exactly what you have to do: FIRST: Contact your nearest recruiting station or Army installation, submit your application, and take the required physical and mental examinations. After passing these, you may enlist specifically for the Army's Officer Candidate School. You're in the Army now! SECOND: After 14 weeks of basic training as a soldier, you attend the "Army's 8-week Leader Course. Here you will receive advanced training which stresses the basics of leadership in preparation, for your entrance into Officer Candidate School.You're now well on your way! THIRD: You are ready now for 6 months of intensive training and study as an Officer Candidate. Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive your 2nd Lieutenant's commission. You're an officer in the Organized Reserve Corps of the United States Army! MCRHITIM That's th* story in brief, Gef further detail* at your nearest U. S. Army and U. S. Air fore* Recruiting Station or nearest Army inttallation. Each a set up and ready to help you help yourself to this great opportunity. Call without delay. U. S. ARMY

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