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Thank you for submitting your question on the History Hub! The National Archives Catalog lists several collections regarding WACs training facilities in Florida. Record Groups 338 and 165 contain documents on US Army support organizations and records from the War Department: https://catalog.archives.gov/
The National Archives at College Park has information on WAC operations and correspondence as well. If you'd like to know more about what information NARA has on the WAC's, you can contact them below:
The US Army and Heritage Education Center also houses records relating to WAC operations, logistics, and training facilities. The USAHE does have some of these collections digitized and are available online: US Army War College Library
After tracing the development of the WACs, many recruits received their basic training at Daytona Beach and were later transferred to Fort Washington in Maryland. This later formed as the 67th WAAC Detachment The National Park Service has some additional information on the 67th WAAC Detachment, which can be view here:
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