National WASP WWII Museum

National WASP WW2 Museum
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The National Women’s Air Service Pilots Museum is dedicated to the women who gave life and limb flying for their country in World War 2. The country’s first female squadron was formed in the summer of 1942. The women of the WASP corps flew every aircraft in the U.S. Army arsenal. Women flew extremely critical flights such as ferrying aircraft across the ocean, testing of aircraft, and even training new recruits. The WASP museum has various aircraft and exhibits on display. Visitors can see aircraft as vintage Stearman or Fairchild trainers, aircraft just like the WAPs flew in 1942.

Location

210 Avenger Field Rd
Sweetwater, Texas

Lat: 32.45856, Long: -100.4645 Google Maps

Contact Information

Website: https://waspmuseum.org/

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