Titles read: "WAAF FLIGHT MECHANICS".
Somewhere in the west of England.
At a west country aerodrome we see various shots of WAAFs (Women's Auxiliary Air Force) at work on aircraft engines, checking and carrying out maintenance work on them. Commentator describes them as "smart young...
Women recruited in Middle East WAAF units.
Sturdy WAAFs are trained in barrage balloon duty.
The W.A.A.F. learn how to arm aeroplanes and maintain the machines.
How radar works - theory and practice.
WAAFs in white learn about carving meat and cooking, then make meals for RAF men.
Members of the Womens Auxiliary Air Force look for volunteers to plot aircraft positions.
A look at the work of the Air Ministry's Meteorological station in Dunstable, Bedfordshire.