100 years of the Women's Royal Army Corps Association

Members of the Women's Royal Army Corps
Hear personal stories from members of the WRAC Association as they highlight the changing experiences of women in the Army over the last 100 years.

Colonel (retired) Ali Brown, vice president of the WRAC Association, will chart a century of women's service in the British Army.

Ali's personal story will cover her 27-year career in the Army, a period in which many restrictions on women were lifted, and opportunities for operational deployment and career progression improved.

She will be joined by Colonel (retired) Audrey Smith and WO1 Patricia Rosewell, both of whom served in the WRAC.

This event is in support of our exhibition, Rise of the Lionesses, marking 100 years of the WRAC Association and 70 years since the formation of the WRAC.

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