The WAAC adopted Pallas Athene, Greek goddess of victory and womanly virtue, wise in peace and in the arts of war, as its symbol. Pallas Athene and the traditional "U.S." were worn as lapel insignia.
This statue was commissioned in 1992 to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of women in the Army. It stood in the garden at the WAC Museum in Alabama until it was transported in the move to the U.S. Army Women's Museum at Fort Lee.
Cap insignia was an eagle, adapted from the design of the Army eagle. The WAAC eagle, later familiarly known as "the Buzzard", was also imprinted on the plastic buttons of the uniform.
WAAC / WAC Symbols in the Chapel Window