Pin on your Big Girl Wings T-Shirt
Silver WASP wings on 50/50 cotton tee shirt. White lettering says: “Pin on your big girl wings … and fly!”
Pistol Packin Mama T-Shirt
Courage and pride leaps from this picture of WASP and the B-17. Sepia color, silk screen image on 50/50 cotton tee.
Women Fifi T-Shirt
100% cotton tee shirt White lettering says “National WASP WWII Museum … Avenger Field …Sweetwater, TX”
Marching Girls T-Shirt
Women Airforce Service Pilots in front of original Hangar One. 1943 print on a 50/50 cotton tee.
And Still Flying … The Life and Times of WASP Elizabeth “Betty” Wall Strohfusby Patric Roberts
As Betty’s son, Patric has traveled extensively with his mother and has chronicled her story, stories of other WASP, and aviation timelines in this book. Soft bound.
Angels Without Wingby Dr. James Cutler
Recollections by James Cutler of his grandmother, WASP Lois C. Cutler
Flying For Her Country, The American and Soviet Women Military Pilots of World War IIby Amy Goodpaster Strebe
How events on opposite sides of the world impacted the history of women in aviation.
Letters Homeby WASP “Bee” Haydu
In February of 1944, “Bee” Haydu was accepted into the WASP. Her Mother saved the letters Bee wrote home describing her training and tour of active duty. They tell a fascinating story of her military experiences and some of the problems she had to overcome in order to become and remain a professional pilot.
We Were WASPsby WASP Winifred Wood
This delightful first-hand account of the WASP experience written by Winifred Wood comes with fanciful drawings by WASP Dorothy Swain Lewis that complement each chapter. Soft Bound
Women in the Wild Blue: Target-Towing WASP at Camp Davisby David Stallman
David Stallman’s book focuses on the experience of the WASP who towed targets at Camp Davis in North Carolina but includes much, much more. David provides time line, information about the beginnings of the WASP, brief biographical sketches of WASP and more. Hard bound
Wings over Sweetwater: the History of Avenger Field, Texasby Major Bennet B. Monde
Major Bennet B. Monde, Sweetwater resident and USAF veteran, presents the aviation history of Sweetwater, TX. Aerial, ground and classic candid photos and other documentation make Monde’s book a valueable resource. Hard Bound
Winning My Wings: A Woman Airforce Service Pilot in World Warby WASP Marion Stegeman Hodgson
The very personal account of a WASP journey from the time she left home until she married. A love story. Hard Bound.
Double Victory: How African American Women Broke Race and Gender Barriers to Help Win World War IIby Cheryl Mullenbach
Offering a new and diverse perspective on WWII including source notes and bibliography. An invaluable addition to any student’s or history buffs bookshelf. Hard bound.
Flight to Destinyby Sarah Byrn Rickman
A novel based loosely on the story of the WAFS who were aviation pioneers and their impact on WWII. Winner of the Greyden Press Competition 2013 fiction category. Soft Bound.
Girls of Avengerby WASP Alyce Stevens Rohrer
The story revolves around the class of 44-W-4.Events and experiences actually happened. The names of the women, their instructors and military check pilots are fictionalized. Soft Bound.
Dancing in Combat Bootsby Teresa R. Funke
When the going got tough during WWII – American women got going. A collection of short stories, based on actual women whose capable hands were needed to replace those of the husbands and sons who were battling overseas. Soft bound.
Daughter of the Air: The Brief Soaring Life of Cornelia Fortby Rob Simbeck
Biography of Cornelia Fort’s career as one of America’s aviation pioneers. As a member of the WAFS, she was the first woman to die in the service of her country in WWII. This book contains letters and diaries, historical documents and interviews with those who knew and flew with her. Soft bound.
Dear Mother and Daddy: World War II Letters Home from a WASP An Autobiographyby WASP Marie Mountain Clark
Marie – a determined and cheerful young woman with a great love of life, full of enthusiasm about flying, and a dedication to excellence that served her well not only as a pilot, but in her extensive and accomplished musical career. Her letters offer a glimpse into the experiences of WASP training and her life as the wife of an Air Force Pilot during WWII. Hard bound.
n Eighth Air Force Combat Diary: Combat Missions Flown with the 100th Bomb Group, England 1944-1945by John A. Clark, 1st Lieutenant, USAAF
Husband of WASP Marie Mountain Clark, John tells of his experiences as a fighter pilot in WWII. Over 150 unpublished photographs accompany this true war story. Hard bound signed by the author.
Kittyhawksby KJ Tillinghast
A work of fiction telling the story of Kirby Stevens, a pioneer woman aviator in the WASP. Sixty-five years later, as the WASP are about to receive the Congressional Gold Medal, Kirby’s confession has investigators scrambling….. Soft bound.
WASPs: Women Airforce Service Pilots of WWIIby Vera Williams
This beautifully illustrated book has more than 150 photographs of WASP in training, and on duty - capturing the true spirit of the “fly girls” of the forties. Included are stories, remembrances and the Congressional Gold Medal. A comprehensive and historical account of the WASP. Hard bound.
Women Military Pilots of World War II: a History with Biographies of American, British, Russian and German Aviatorsby Lois K. Merry
Women in the United States, Great Britain and the Soviet Union flew military airplanes in organized units during WWII, yet their stories are largely unknown. Topics covered include the training of female pilots, how female flight units were developed and structured, the hazards of conflict, and how these women reintegrated into civilian life following the war.
Yankee Doodle Gals: Women Pilots of World War IIby Amy Nathan
This book celebrates the courageous spirit of these World War II aviation pioneers; women who were not afraid to follow their dreams. Hard back.
Nancy Love and the WASP Ferry Pilots of World War IIby Sarah Byrn Rickman
Nancy Harkness Love recruited and led the first twenty-eight women to fly military aircraft for the U.S. – the WAFS. She was an accomplished aviatrix and visionary pioneer. Often overlooked in comparison to Jackie Cochran, Nancy made her own indelible mark on history. Soft Cover.
She Flew Bombersby Jeane Slone
The fictional account of one woman’s love of flying and her involvement with the WASP during World War II. Soft back.
Jacqueline Cochran: Biography of a Pioneer Aviatorby Rhonda Smith-Daugherty
This biography explores Cochran’s childhood, her early career as a pilot, and her role in creating the Women Airforce Service Pilots during WWII. It also chronicals her postwar exploits, including participation in the NASA space program, her unsuccessful bid for Congress and her reluctance to crusade for the advancement of women. Soft cover.
Going for the Goldby Bill Young
Going for the Gold is the story, in photographs and text, of the Women Airforce Service Pilots on the way to receive their Congressional Gold Medal and the events that took place after the ceremony. Bill Young is the son of WASP Millicent Amanda Peterson Young.
Nancy Batson Crews: Alabama’s First Lady of Flightby Sarah Byrn Richman
A hybrid between biography and oral history. The story of Nancy Batson Crews who qualified as an original Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron (WAFS) pilot and ferried high performance aircraft during WWII
Pip Squeek: the Half-sized Jeepby Evelyn Harless
Pip-Squeek tells how to differentiate between WWII military jeeps and post-WWII jeeps, shares tidbits of war history, and helps you gain an appreciation for the military vehicles that were so important to the wars in which they served. Soft cover.
Flying With the Flak-Pac: a Pacific War Scrapbookby Kenny Kemp
A son tells his father’s story of the War in the Pacific flying a B-24 Liberator. Over 1,000 photos, maps and illustrations bring the Pacific War to life through a young pilot’s eye.
Violet the Pilotby Steve Breen
If the kids at school knew that Violet could create flying machines, they might not tease her. The air show might be her chance to win their respect … or maybe something better could happen. Hard back.
WASP of the Ferry Commandby Sarah Byrn Rickman
The story of the women ferry pilots who flew more than 9 million miles in 72 different aircraft, and helped sustain the vital flow of military aircraft across the country during WWII. The third in a trilogy by Rickman including The Originals and Nancy Love and the WASP. Hardback
Airplanes of the Second World Warby Carol Demand
46 planes including fighters, bombers, reconnaissance and transport planes from World War II. Illustrations of American, British, Japanese and German aircraft. A wonderful tool for teachers.
Finding Dorothy Scott
by Sarah Byrn Rickman
Letters of a WASP Pilot
Dorothy Scott was one of the thirty-eight Women Airforce Service Pilots who died while serving her country. The book is based on her letters written to her family while she was serving with the WAFS/WASP.
(Signed by the author)
WE SERVED TOO - the Story of the Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II
A first hand account from WASP who share personal stories and discuss their unique experiences that make up the WASP history. Authors, historians and family members also share their stories and knowledge.
SILVER WINGS/FLYING DREAMS - the Complete story of the Women Airforce Service Pilots
WASP relive their personal experiences and the challenges they faced during their sixty-six year long struggle for recognition and veterans rights.
RED TAILS: The Real Story of the Tuskegee Airmen
They were treated as second class citizens, yet many (if not all), of the African American men who joined the Tuskegee Institute volunteered to serve during WWII. Archival footage transports you to the battles where some of America's bravest men fought in the air and on the ground.
Replica of lapel pin issued to Women Airforce Service Pilots as part of their official uniform - worn on both left and right lapels.
Pin - Large WASP Wings
Replica of wings presented to WASP upon graduation.
Pin – Small WASP Wings
Replica of wings worn on jacket lapels.
Cloisonné pin of “Fifi” - the official WASP mascot. She was adapted from the book The Gremlins by Roald Dahl and illustrated by Walt Disney
Replica of patriotic pins worn by mothers, wives and sweethearts of WWII servicemen. A great way to show national pride today.
WASP Beret Pin
Replica of the brass pin worn by WASP on dress uniform berets.
WASP Congressional Gold Medal Coin
Don't miss this opportunity to own a piece of history with this smaller replica of the Congressional Gold Medal received by the WASP in March of 2010.
This Fifinella patches resembles the patches worn by the WASP on their flight jackets.
Iconic picture of WASP Shirley Slade on the July 19, 1943 LIFE magazine cover
Wearing flight helmet, goggles, scarf, with WASP Museum Fifi patch on the jacket. Ages 3 & up.
Enjoy your morning coffee in a black mug showcasing the WASP LIFE magazine cover on one side and the "Pistol Packing Mama's" on the other.
Eco-friendly reusable shopping bag featuring the WASP "Pistol Packing Mama's"
Tervis Fifinella Tumbler(24 oz.)
High-quality 24 oz. tumbler made by Tervis.
15 oz Tervis MUG with Fifi patch
Keeps drinks hot or cold. Lifetime guarantee . Assorted color lids
24 oz. Water Bottle
This Tervis water bottle is your new exercise partner. Flip lid for easy opening. Dishwasher safe.
Read, relax or travel with this year round throw. The WASP mascot," Fifi" is embroidered on the micro fur side of this faux lambswool backed throw .
50" x 60" - machine washable
Hand Stamped Aluminum Cuff Bracelets