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A short history of the WASP program
Air Bear Airlines
A special program for children designed by Jan Draper of the Illinois Department of Aviation.
by Barbara J. Muehlhausen
Bridging The GAP - Scholarship Resources
What will it take to live out your dreams?
by Phyllis Moses
By Jacqueline Kruper Woman Pilot, March/April 1999
FBI and Amelia Earhart
56 pages of the FBI investigation of Earhart's disappearance. Obtained through the Freedom of Information Act.
A visit to the International Women's Air & Space Museum.
by Jacqui Sturgess
NASA Women Astronauts Timeline
Offers a timeline dating back to 1978 that includes photos of the first women astronauts, the first woman to fly and the first shuttle commander.
Perceptions Are Often What We Make Them
Article by Karen A. Kahn, Captain for a major U.S. airline.
The American Experience - Fly Girls
PBS's documentary about the Women Airforce Service Pilots who helped fight in WWII. Includes a film, pilot profiles, and a teacher's guide.
The Facts: Women In U.S. Aviation 2000
U.S. Women Pilot Statistics
The Right Stuff Has No Gender
Maj. Sandra L. Bateman examines the history of women combat pilots. Includes an analysis of the Women's Armed Services Integration Act.
Top Fun Aviation Toy Museum
Trace American history and culture through the toys that have helped shape children's thoughts about aviation.
by Rosalie Dunbar and Debby Sheetz
WASP Fact Sheet
Take a look at the United States Air Force's official fact sheet for the decommissioned women's flying group.
With Wings to Fly
by Katie Anne Gustafsson
Women in Aviation
by Kelli Gant
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