'Woman Who Lived in Asia Joins the WAACs to Avenge Cruel Treatment of Friends'
1943 Newspaper interview with Anne Marie regarding the Japanese invasion of SE Asia and joining the WAAC.
In 1962 the Associated Press interview with Anne Marie Doering in Saigon
From newspaper to newspaper little changed except the catchy headline. printed version
One WAC, 5,000 Men - Ada Eveing News, Ada OK, June 21, 1962
WAC Returns to Land of Birth - Big Spring (Texas) Herald, July 4, 1962
Single WAC Officer Serves in Viet Nam -The Troy Record, June 26, 1962
Saigon Major is The Only WAC in War Area - The Gettysburg Times, Nov. 6, 1962
WAC Calls Saigon Home Now With 5000 Strong True Men - Greenly Tribune, June 6, 1962
WAC Major, Assigned to Viet Nam Is Back in Country of Her Birth - Muscatine Journal, May 1962
Georgetown Texan is At Home in Viet Nam -The Galveston News, June 24, 1962
One WAC to 5,000 Men Is Ration In Saigon Post - Evening Times, Cumberland MD, June 7, 1962
One WAC and 5,000 Men - Constitution Tribune, May 29. 1962
She's The Only WAC in Viet Nam - The Lawton Constitution, July 3, 1962
Anne Doering: Woman Among Many Men - Cedar Rapids Gazette, June 3, 1962
WAC Major is At Home in Far Away Viet Nam - Anniston Star, July 26, 1962
Southwestern University Ex-Students Magazine, May1963
She just got back from Vietnam in this article.
Club to Hear Retired Officer - Anne Marie gives a talk to a women's club in 1975.
Anne Marie mentions in the articles are under 'Vietnam Childhood'. ~