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    • Your Uncle S[am] Wants You for the United States Army

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    • Text: "Walk into the Army Recruiting Station and find out all about it--quarters, food, clothing, medical attention and pay furnished by the government." Includes locations of recruiting stations in North Carolina. Labeled "Form 10 NCRD"
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    • Your Place Is By His Side

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of American soldier standing at port arms with a rifle; text urges enlistment in U.S. Army.
    • Owen, Fred V.
    • Your Opportunity--Army Ordnance Schools

    • 1919
    • Several black and white photographs of artillery and soldiers showing a big railway gun, tractor-mounted Howitzer, class in gasoline engines, machine gun instruction, operating a big tractor, and sighting an anti-aircraft gun. Text: "Save money...
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    • Your Navy--First Line of Attack

    • 1942
    • Depicts scene on flight deck of an aircraft carrier. Text advertises Navy Day on October 27. Printed on bottom "NRB-33686-9-28-42-50M"
    • Falter, John Philip, 1910-
    • Your Job in the Navy--How to Tell It! What it Means!

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    • At top of poster, several ships are featured with the insignia of five types of naval officers drawn above the ships. Text explains numerous navy jobs, gives their civilian equivalent, and encourages enlistment in the Navy. Printed at bottom...
    • Murphey, Matt.
    • Your Fleet Guarantees Freedom

    • 1944
    • Depicts planes and numerous ships circling a large green globe. Text advertises Navy Day October 27, 1944. Printed at bottom "Order No. 84 - NAVPERS-NRB-44116-6 Sep 44-70M"
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    • Your Duty Ashore...His Afloat

    • 1944
    • Depicts a woman in a blue military uniform wearing a cap that reads "U.S. Coast Guard" and holding a pair of binoculars while in the background a uniformed man holding a gun leans over the side of a ship as water splashes. Text encourages women to...
    • Floherty, John J. (John Joseph), 1907-1977.
    • Your Country Needs You--Join the Navy!

    • 1916
    • Head-and-shoulders portrait of a sailor saluting with view through a porthole of the Statue of Liberty in the background. Text: "America's first line of action. Be one of the leaders in your community by enlisting today! If you have passed the age...
    • Armstrong, Rolf, 1889-1960
    • Young Hickory news

    • 2008; 2009; 2010; 2011; 2012; 2013
    • Three times a year.; Fall 2009 misnumbered as: Vol. 9, issue 2.
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    • You Bet I'm Going Back To Sea!

    • 1942
    • Depicts a tough looking merchant marine with a knapsack thrown over his left shoulder standing on a dock. Text encourages men to join the U.S. Merchant Marines and man the victory fleet. Printed at bottom "U.S. Government Printing Office:...
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    • You Are Needed Over There

    • 1918
    • Original poster drawing of Liberty with palm branch in one hand, crossing the ocean. Caption: "Enlist in the United States Army"
    • Owen, Fred V.
    • You Are Needed Now--Join the Army Nurse Corps

    • 1943
    • Depicts a smiling woman wearing the brown uniform of a Army Nurse Corps member. Text encourages women to join the Army Nurse Corps at the Red Cross Recruiting Station. Printed at bottom 'Poster 710-A June 1943'
    • Green, Ruzzie.
    • Workforce planning guide

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    • Caption title (viewed January 7, 2009).; "2/8/08"--Colophon.; Includes bibliographical references (p. 16).
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    • Women...our wounded need your care!

    • 1945
    • Depicts a woman in a blue uniform carrying a covered tray with a row of hospital beds behind her. text encourages women to join a hospital company division of the Women's Army Corps where they are needed as medical technicians, surgical...
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    • Women! They can't do any more--but you can

    • 1943
    • Depicts graves marked by crosses, one of which has a soldier's helmet hanging from it. Text encourages women to join the WAC (Women's Army Corps). Printed at bottom "PC-X-RPB- 10-1-43-225M Recruiting Publicity Bureau United States Army"
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    • Woman Power--Women's Army Auxiliary Corps

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    • Brochure describes the of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, its various roles for women, qualifications necessary to join, and a pay scale. Photographs show women at work and in various training exercises.
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    • Winter in Panama with the U.S. Army

    • 1917; 1918
    • Sketch of the Panama Canal depicts ship and buildings. Seven photographs show troops engaged in training exercises such as drilling, marching, and artillery target practice. A company picnic and swimming class are included.
    • Sleeper, E. H.

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