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Women Air Service Pilots
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Women Air Service Pilots

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A group of women in World War 2 became national heroes to all. Women Air Service Pilots also known as WASP were the first women in history that learned how to fly aircraft.

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Women Airforce Service Pilots battledress jacket, 1944 - The Betty H. Carter Women Veterans Historical Project - University Archives - Unive...
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Women Airforce Service Pilots battledress jacket, 1944 - The Betty H. Carter Women Veterans Historical Project - University Archives - Unive...

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Graduated WASP Summer Uniform. During warm weather, graduated WASP wore khaki shirt and khaki trousers. A men's khaki garrison cap with gold-black officer's piping could be worn with this outfit. The Army Airforce General Headquarter's patch was sewn on the upper left sleeve and the WASP wings were worn above the left breast pocket.
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Graduated WASP Summer Uniform. During warm weather, graduated WASP wore khaki shirt and khaki trousers. A men's khaki garrison cap with gold-black officer's piping could be worn with this outfit. The Army Airforce General Headquarter's patch was sewn on the upper left sleeve and the WASP wings were worn above the left breast pocket.

Graduated WASP Summer Uniform. During warm weather, graduated WASP wore khaki shirt and khaki trousers. A men's khaki garrison cap with gold-black officer's piping could be worn with this outfit. The Army Airforce General Headquarter's patch was sewn on the upper left sleeve and the WASP wings were worn above the left breast pocket.
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female pilots WW II. Flying a B-25 "Mitchell" was a hell of a job !
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From the left, Dorothy Dodd Eppstein, Hellen Skjersaa Hansen, Doris Burmester Nathan, and Elizabeth Chadwick Dressler walk in front of a Mitchell bomber. They served as Air Force engineering test pilots for the during World War II.

WWII women pilots to get 'long-overdue' honor; Local woman who died while serving as a WWII pilot is among them

WWII WASP pilots may still receive their burial plots at Arlington National Cemetery. The House of Representatives voted "YES.

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female pilots WW II. Flying a B-25 "Mitchell" was a hell of a job !

female pilots WW II. Flying a B-25 "Mitchell" was a hell of a job !
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Photographic Print: Nancy Nesbit, Pilot Trainee in Women's Flying Training Detachment by Peter Stackpole : 24x18in
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Photographic Print: Nancy Nesbit, Pilot Trainee in Women's Flying Training Detachment by Peter Stackpole : 24x18in
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Harriet Quimby and Matilde Moisant, the first two American women to earn pilot's licenses, c. 1910s. (Links to other pioneer women pilots)
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August The Aero Club of America grants Harriet Quimby the first U. pilot’s license issued to a woman.

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Catalog Last Name: Quimby First Name: Harriet Repository: San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive

Harriet Quimby and Matilde Moisant, the first two American women to earn pilot's licenses, c. 1910s. (Links to other pioneer women pilots)

Harriet Quimby and Matilde Moisant, the first two American women to earn pilot's licenses, c. 1910s. (Links to other pioneer women pilots)

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WASP Flying Uniform --Eisenhower jacket and slacks--worn with blue shirt and tie. Uniform hardware the same as dress uniform--only one "W.A.S.P" worn on collar and one prop and wings worn on opposite collar.

WASP Flying Uniform --Eisenhower jacket and slacks--worn with blue shirt and tie. Uniform hardware the same as dress uniform--only one "W.P" worn on collar and one prop and wings worn on opposite collar.

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Anne Armstrong McClellan, pilot trainee in Women's Flying Training Detachment, sporting an official dress uniform of white blouse, tan slacks and overseas cap & a Fifinella mascot pin designed for the girl pilots by Walt Disney, at at Avenger Field.

Betty “Tack” Blake was a Women’s Air Force Service pilot during World War II and a graduate of the first graduating class in 1943 near by erna

Betty “Tack” Blake Goff to was a Women’s Air Force Service pilot during World War II and a graduate of the first graduating class in 1943 near Ellington Field in Houston. Almost 80 years later, she still remembers the day she met Amelia Earhart.

Margaret Phelan (WASP) c. 1940

Margaret Phelan (WASP) c. 1940

Women Air Service Pilots

A group of women in World War 2 became national heroes to all. Women Air Service Pilots also known as WASP were the first women in history that learned how to fly aircraft.

WAF Ferry Pilots.

First of two posts that take a step back in time to the featuring real heroines WASPS (Womens Airforce Service Pilots)

Betty Gillies - a pioneering American #aviator, and the first pilot to qualify for the Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron, later amalgamated into the Women Airforce Service Pilots.

Betty Gillies

Betty Gillies - a pioneering American and the first pilot to qualify for the Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron, later amalgamated into the Women Airforce Service Pilots.

women's airforce service pilots poster - Google Search

women's airforce service pilots poster - Google Search

The "Flying Nurses" who will serve with Maj. General C. L. Chenneault's 14th AAF have arrived in China. On flying status, the comely young ladies will serve on the aircraft that evacuate the wounded from the forward areas. Blackie, medical mascot, greets the girls with open arms, December 1943 ~

The "Flying Nurses" who will serve with Maj. Chenneault's AAF have arrived in China. On flying status, the comely young ladies will.

Jacqueline Cochran, American aviatirix. The first woman to break the sound barrier. Born in rural Florida in the early 1900s in poverty she had no shoes until she was eight years old and was illiterate until adulthood but didn't stop her becomeing the first woman to break the sound barrier and holding more speed records than any of the men. She also founded a cosmetics company.

Before the United States joined World War II, Cochran was part of "Wings for…

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WASP C-47 crew: Pilot Joanna Trebtoske and Copilot Marjorie Logan at Romulus Army Air Field, Mich. (U.S. Air Force photo) On Feb. 14, 1944, the WASP “Santiago Blue” uniform was first used.

WASP crew: Pilot Joanna Trebtoske and Copilot Marjorie Logan at Romulus Army Air Field, Mich. Air Force photo) On Feb. the WASP “Santiago Blue” uniform was first used.

1943 - A Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) and her gear. - (vintage lady, old photo, World War II era, history)

Florence Lowe "Pancho" Barnes (July 22 1901 March 30 1943 - A Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) and her gear.

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