Yzerfontein is the landing point for the ACE and WACS submarine communications cables.
In June 2008 WACS President Gissur Gudmundsson appointed the Chairman of the HKYCC, Francis Lo, as a member of the WACS Board advising on future young chefs programs.
Although "Francis Joins the WACS" was announced in late 1952, filming did not start until February 1954.
When the USAF was officially formed in 1947, a number of former Women's Army Corps members (WACs) continued serving in the Army but performed Air Force duties, as the Air Force did not admit women in its first year.
A set of 12 WACs covered the continental United States and 8 others covered Alaska.
The call sign was changed to WACS-FM in 1988. The next year, WACS-FM was sold to the owners of WSHZ and began simulcasting that station's adult contemporary format, and later its oldies music, using the call letters WSHQ.
Since early 1943, 422 WACs were assigned to the Corps of Engineers to work on the project.
Janeway practiced medicine in New York City. From 1942 to 1943, she held the rank of Lieutenant in the WACs, stationed at Fort Des Moines, Iowa.
Federal Medical Center was accredited by WACS and NOUN.
The Canadians in England include a detachment of the Canadian Women's Army Corps or WACs who are also playing their part in the overseas mission.
WACS is the largest submarine cable on Africa's western seaboard, with a design capacity of 14.5 Tbit/s and the largest submarine cable on Africa's western seaboard linking South Africa with the United Kingdom WIOCC has made a strategic investment in WACS.
At Yzerfontein SAEx would be able to interconnect to WACS while at Mtunzini SAFE, EASSy and SEACOM could provide onward connectivity to Asia, East Africa and India.
In 1996, he became president of the World Association of Chefs Societies (WACS), and in 2000 its honorary life president.
In 2006, García Rosado published her book titled "LAS WACS-Participacion de la Mujer Boricua en la Segunda Guerra Mundial" (The WACs-The participation of Puerto Rican women in World WarII), the first book to document the experiences of the first 200 Puerto Rican women who participated in said conflict as members of the armed forces of the United States.
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