Alma Geraldine Haller. Born 1919, New Mexico. Haller was one of the first waves of women who served during WWII in the Women’s Army Corps, during which she was assigned to a secret mission delegated to the womens corps. She and her comrades lived in underground bunkers in Washington, D.C. and tracked aircraft that entered the D.C. radius. “I always tried to do the very best at what I did. I love to see girls accomplish things. I would tell them, take advantage of every opportunity that is handed to them. So many things slip by you at that age.”

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