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AIR FORCE RELEASES

My husband has had two years Army and three years' Air Force service, and now is going overseas again, after just recovering from a fifth attack of Malaria. M- two children and I are also in one room, and put up with all inconveniences that are possible. When my husband and their father has to go again we ask, "why not those who haven't been yet—when is their turn?" It is certainly most difficult to obtain a release from the Air Force—l have had three years of "red tape," so know all about that, yet I have seen many men who are just "spare" in some bases, doing nothing when they could be in some useful civilian job. EX-WAAF, 3 YEARS' SERVICE.

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AIR FORCE RELEASES, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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AIR FORCE RELEASES Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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