Here are my latest Women of WW2 from Bad Squiddo;
These are all members of the ATS, the Auxiliary Territorial Service, which was the female arm of the British Army during the Second World War. By 1941, there were around 65,000 women serving in the ATS, carrying out a wide variety of non-combat roles, such as drivers, orderlies, cooks, clerks, storekeepers, searchlight operators, anti-aircraft gun crew and military police. The ATS also provided around 10% of the strength of the Royal Corps of Signals. By the end of the war, there were nearly 200,000 women serving in the ATS.
These women are, atypically perhaps, equipped with rifles and their officer has a standard issue sidearm, but this is fine for gaming purposes, especially in games set in the UK in "What If?" scenarios, using Chain of Command or other suitable rules.
As always with Bad Squiddo minis, these are lovely sculpts and excellent casts which paint up really well.