Joan "Jo" Myers of Sudden Valley played trombone in the 14th Army WAC Band, performing across the country during the Korean War to encourage women to enlist. Myers is the third person from the right in the front row. Myers left the service in 1956, put participates in the band's reunion concert every two years.
Joan "Jo" Myers of Sudden Valley played trombone in the 14th Army WAC Band, performing across the country during the Korean War to encourage women to enlist. Myers is the third person from the right in the front row. Myers left the service in 1956, put participates in the band's reunion concert every two years. FOR THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Joan "Jo" Myers of Sudden Valley played trombone in the 14th Army WAC Band, performing across the country during the Korean War to encourage women to enlist. Myers is the third person from the right in the front row. Myers left the service in 1956, put participates in the band's reunion concert every two years. FOR THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

Sudden Valley resident played trombone in barnstorming WAC band

November 08, 2009 12:01 AM

UPDATED November 02, 2009 05:16 PM

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