'Mrs. Paul Titus, 77-year-old air raid spotter of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, carries a gun as she patrols her beat, on December 20, 1941. Mrs. Titus signed up the day after the Pearl Harbor attack. "I can carry a gun any time they want me to," she declared.'
'Parisian rebel Simone Segouin, also known by her nom de guerre “Nicole," with a German submachine gun MP-40. She killed an unknown number of Germans and captured 25. She was present at the fall of Chartres, on August 23, 1944, and liberation of Paris. She was promoted to lieutenant, and awarded the Croix de guerre.'