Like many wartime agencies, the AFFW served as an umbrella organization to numerous branches and smaller associations both in the United States and abroad.
Morgan's small unit alone was in charge of 27 of the 126 villages assigned to the AFFW by the French government.
In addition to the Civilian Committee, the AFFW also ran a women's motor corps out of Paris.
The work of the Civilian Committee and Paris Transport Service met many needs, but the AFFW alone could not assuage all the pains of France.
Despite the urgent need for volunteers, the Le Bienetre drivers, like their AFFW counterparts, had to meet certain requirements.