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If you are a WW II history buff then this is a must see. All the Womens Air Service Pilots (civilians) were trained here. They learned to fly military aircraft in order to free male pilots for combat.
Right off the highway so easy access. They were having a reunion with some of the grave WASP pilots later that day. We were still able to read about these brave ladies and their duties. Three awesome planes wete there to view and watch fly....更多
This museum is small and housed in an old WWII hanger. There are women volunteers to give informative tours or you can go alone. A short movie is shown with more timeline details and grat old movie footage. There is no fee to visit the...更多
We enjoyed our hour at the National WASP Museum. There's a plethora of information about the short-lived WASP program and its founder Cochran. If you love aviation or WW2 facts, you'll love the visit. The gift shop has several books if you're interested in this...更多
I have never met more dedicated people. The way they want to preserve the history of these great American heroes is outstanding. I have been many times to the museum and am always impressed with the exhibits they have for such a small place in...更多
Was visiting with Granddaughter,and she thought I would enjoy this, being retired Navy. This is really a nice place, kind of small, but tons of History. I read things that I had never heard of, and also things that I had heard of, but didn't...更多