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Gateway to Women's History

“You and more than 900 of your sisters have shown that you can fly wingtip to wingtip with your brothers. If ever there was a doubt in anyone’s mind that women can become skillful pilots, the WASPs have dispelled that doubt.”
- Gen. Hap Arnold, AAF, in a speech to the last class of WASPs, before the program was disbanded in December 1944.
One thousand-one hundred U.S. women served as pilots for the U.S. Army Air Force during World War II. This collection is the official WASP repository, containing digital photographs, letters, oral histories, and descriptions of personal and military records and memorabilia.


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The WASP Class Listing provides list by Class Number of WASP graduates and trainees. To browse by Class Number, click any link below. To search by name, type the name in the Search box above.


WASP Class Listing

Featured Items
Elizabeth Gardner in full flight gear with parachute
1964 WASP reunion with members from 44-W-7
Five members of WASP (class of 43-W-8) in front of a plane
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  • Email: wasp@twu.edu
  • Phone: (940) 898-3751
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