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WASP float in the Rose Parade

WASP Float in The Tournament of Roses Parade

The women of the WASP proudly served their country in WWII. The float in the Rose Parade was a final opportunity to demonstrate to them our gratitude and thanks for their courage, sacrifice and patriotism.

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WMA Establishes Official Archive

WMA has established an archive at Texas Woman’s University in Denton, Texas – read about the status of the archive here!

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Opportunity to Honor a WASP

Former W.A.S.P., aviation pioneer Dora Doughtery Strother McKeown, died on November 19, 2013 and will be buried in Arlington National Cemetery on Thursday, April 10th @ 3:00pm. Dora was a member of WASP class 43-w-3, and after earning her wings, she ferried planes, towed targets and along with Didi Moorman was selected by Col. Paul […]

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WMA Flight Suit Social at WAI

WMA Flight Suit Social!

At WMA’s Flight Suit Social we had the best turn-out ever at 2014’s WAI Conference, Disney’s Coronado Springs Resort in Orlando.   See y’all next year in Dallas – wear your cowgirl boots!

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Trailblazers of Boeing

Celebrating the Women of the Boeing Company

On Saturday, March 15, 2014, the Future of Flight Aviation Center & Boeing Tour is celebrating the women of Boeing – those who since 1916 were the first to work at the fledgling company, to become pilots and engineers, to fill positions on the line in World War II, and to take on leadership roles.

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Happy New Year, WMA!

A few words to our members from outgoing president Claudia McKnight…

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WASP in DC

While touring the Pentagon on November 6, WASP Bee Haydu and Shutsy Reynolds got an unexpected treat–a meeting with the Honorable Jessica Wright–the senior woman in DoD. Jessica is a retired Army Major General, and an aviator.  The three shared lots of great flying stories.

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