"We will not let COVID-19 stop us from honoring these incredible women who risked their lives to do their part for the war effort.”
More than 100 WASP gravesites were decorated by Women in Aviation International (WAI) members and friends.
You don't have to be a member of Women in Aviation to honor the WASP.
Filming has begun on a new documentary about the WASPs.
Women in Aviation International will be #HonoringTheWASP over Memorial Day weekend 2018 by visiting their graves and leaving an appropriate decoration, such as flowers or other remembrances. Texas Woman’s University, the repository of the Women Airforce Service Pilots Archive, has provided WAI with a database of WASP gravesites which may be downloaded at WAI.org. Pilots and […]
SEATTLE — Girl Scouts in grades 4-5 can earn a Playing the Past badge by participating in the Museum of Flight‘s Living History Experience program on Sept. 9. During the four-hour program, scouts will assume the character of a person who served as a World War II Women Airforce Service Pilot (WASP). Each Scout will […]