While their husbands and boyfriends are away fighting, a group of army WAGs have found their own inventive way to do their bit.
Fifteen women, mostly the wives and girlfriends of men in the armed forces, are posing as 1950s-style pin-up girls for a charity calendar to raise money for injured troops.
More than 300 women volunteered to be photographed for the calendar, most of which was shot at the Help For Heroes recovery centre for injured service personnel at Tedworth House in Wiltshire.
The calendar is an even split of Army, Navy and RAF girls, and aims for a ‘cheeky (yet still tasteful) style, emulating some of the works of the classic Pin-up artists.’
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