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This is a good place to stop by and visit when you around or travelling to Big Spring. Lots of great stories and historical events about woman aviators and their great service to this country during WW2. Glad that we stopped by and checked this place on our way to Abilene from Big Spring.
The Museum is in an old hangar. Displays are spaced around inside, mostly on posters and photo montages. This is where 80% of WASPS were trained during WW II to ferry military aircraft around. Service biographies of most are shown. Incredibly, they did not get credit for military service until decades later. There is a small gift shop.
This museum, just off interstate 20 was most enjoyable. Who knew these women were NOT considered military, or that they paid for their own clothes? We watched a video about the WASP training and were fascinated to note the many forms of footwear worn by these young women as they did their daily calisthenics. For those young folk with no... 更多
We happened upon this museum after a Yelp search. I went with two of my teenage nieces, and they both thought it was a good find, which is pretty positive coming from young ladies with short attention spans and cell phones glued to their hands. It was a wonderful find, providing good history and stories about the women who flew... 更多
This is a small but excellent museum covering the history of the WASPs, complete with a variety of airplanes and photos of many of the WASPs that trained there. This is a lost piece of our history and everyone should make an effort to learn more about these brave, unselfish women and their contributions to the war effort, along with... 更多
It is located in one of the original hangers that was used for the training. It is a gem if you are a World War II history buff. It does a fine job of explaining the process of how women got to be military pilots during the war. Thank goodness they are finally recognized for their service.
The Women's Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs) are such an important, yet nearly-unknown and unrecognized, part of our history. Everyone should see this little museum and read the stories of these heroic women, 38 of whom gave their lives for our country. Small, but very well-done and located in a hanger adjacent to Avenger Field in Sweetwater, it's not in a... 更多