June Martin during her basic training with the Women's Royal Canadian Naval Service, May 1944. As a "probie" she was not allowed to wear the necktie of the WREN uniform until she was finished her training
WRENs visiting injured Merchant Marines in Halifax. They handed out fruit and other goodies to the recuperating seamen.
June Martin (2nd row from bottom, 4th from left) and the first draft of cooks from HMCS York. May 8, 1944.
"I was helping to cook for two thousand naval personnel, and then I was taken upstairs to cook for the officers."