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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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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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WASPwith Jessica Wright


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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Amelia Earhart Fellowship

Established in 1938, Zonta International’s Amelia Earhart Fellowships memorialize famed air pioneer and Zontian, Amelia Earhart, who disappeared over the Pacific in 1937. By remembering Amelia Earhart through this fellowship, Zonta International encourages and supports women to expand their horizons by pursuing degrees and careers in aerospace-related sciences or aerospace-related engineering. In the program’s 75-year history, there have been 1,403 […]

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WASP BJ Erickson

WAFS/WASP Ferrying Squadron Leader Barbara Erickson London Takes Last Flight

The aviation world lost Barbara Erickson London, one of Nancy Love’s original WAFS — Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron and the first WASP squadron — July 7, 2013. She was 93. In May 1999, when WAFS Nancy Batson Crews challenged me to write the story of Nancy Love and “the Originals,” Barbara was one of the […]

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National Guard Soldier

Team Visit to the National Guard Monument in France

I was part of a small delegation that was sent last month to Normandy, France, by the National Guard Educational Foundation.  It was my first time seeing the National Guard Monument which was dedicated by NGAUS on June 6, 1969, to pay tribute to the Guardsmen who fought in France in World War I and […]

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