A PIECE OF WASP MILITARIZATION HISTORY

HOW THE WASP WON THEIR MILITARIZATION From Sarah Byrn Rickman Here’s a little-known piece of WASP militarization history! Nancy Batson Crews – an original WAFS [the Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron that preceded the WASP] – served 1972-1975 as President of The Order of Fifinella [1], the Post-War organization established by the WASP. During her time…

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VETERANS DAY: REMEMBERING WAFS DOROTHY SCOTT

IT TOOK 33 YEARS FOR THE WOMEN PILOTS OF WWII TO BE RECOGNIZED AS VETERANS Dorothy Scott was the 25th woman pilot to join the Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron (WAFS) in the fall of 1942. Dorothy perished in a mid-air crash a year later – the second of the original WAFS to die flying for…

WAFS Dorothy Fulton Honored Twice!

New Jersey Aviation Hall of Fame Inducts WAFS Dorothy Fulton After a forty-year wait, Honey Fulton Parker is thrilled that – long overdue – her older sister Dorothy Fulton (Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron, WWII) has been recognized by her home state for her flying record par excellence!!! Flying Over Teaneck She Loses Her Propeller! Dorothy has quite…

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Book Launch – Jean Landis WASP Pilot, July 16

WASP Museum to Launch ‘Jean Landis WASP Pilot’ July 16 Jean Landis WASP Pilot – 2,500 Miles … Long Beach to Newark in a P-51, my latest book in the WASP/WAFS Pilot Series, will officially debut Saturday, July 16, at 1:30 pm Central Daylight Time – on ZOOM. The Zoom connection will be coming direct…

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