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On D-Day, Let’s Also Remember WWII’s Women Pilots

D-Day, June 6, 2019 — 75 years! This morning, I received a call from John Leicester of AP (Associated Press). He was calling from France where he was battened down in a hedgerow somewhere in Normandy. As a reporter, he was there as part of the intensive coverage — today — of the 75thanniversary of the…

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“Nancy Love: WASP Pilot” Debuts TOMORROW

Tomorrow’s the Big Day! May 25, 2019 Nancy Love: WASP Pilot — FilterPressBooks.com — releases officially tomorrow. Copies will be for sale at the WASP WWII Museum at Avenger Field in Sweetwater, Texas, where most of the WASP trained in 1943-44. The occasion is WASP Homecoming, an annual event held on the very grounds where the women…

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Part II: Teresa James, an ORIGINAL

Wind Singing in the Wires Picking up where we left off last Friday… Gradually, Teresa began to follow his movements and, soon, she thought she was simply moving the stick and rudders in concert with him. They would be back on the ground before she learned that, by then, she was flying the airplane. Harry…

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