NOVEMBER 3 Public Law 95-202 giving WASP veteran status barely passed by Congress and signed
AAF medals earned by WASP during WWII sent in the mail.
WASP on the WEB first pages are published, showcasing the WASP history on the internet.
MAY 28 National WASP WWII Museum at Avenger Field in Sweetwater, Texas, opened to the public.
First WASP Memorial Fly In attended by 29 WASP, who placed their handprints in cement.
The history of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) still virtually remains a missing chapter in:
History of WWII | History of Military Aviation | History of the Air Force |
History of Women | History of Texas | History of America
Wings Across America’s Timeline of WASP History written by WASP Deanie Parrish
©2008 Wings Across America | http://www.wingsacrossamerica.org
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