They were Rosies!
Among our greatest generation, they were Rosies. They were daughters, mothers, sisters, wives and grandmothers who worked during World War II, while our men were fighting overseas.
Hailing from all over our country, from California to Maryland, from small towns and big cities, they became riveters, sanders, welders, crane operators, bus drivers, clerical workers, shipyard workers, Red Cross and USO volunteers, and much more.
Rosies were teenagers, young adults to senior citizens, but they came together with a single purpose, to help with the war effort. These women built 80,000 landing craft, 100,000 tanks, 300,000 aircraft, 15,000,000 guns and...