The Women Airforce Service Pilots

At the outset of World War II, the US military did not accept female pilots. But women were allowed to serve as civilian contractors flying military planes in non-combat roles. The Women Airforce Service Pilots of the “WASP” flew every type of plane the US used during the war in every role flown by male pilots except combat. The History Guy recalls the service and sacrifices of the WASP.

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