Women in the Wild Blue: Target-towing WASP at Camp Davis
Echoes Press, 2006 - History - 244 pages
This is a tribute to the Women Airforce Service Pilots--WASP, heroic young women who flew military aircraft during WWII. Trained as military pilots to shuttle powerful airplanes from factories to airbases, at Camp Davis, North Carolina, a select group flew more dangerous missions pulling aerial targets as anti-aircraft gunnery trainees fired live ammunition at them. The book comes alive as WASP personal letters and diaries describe what their assignment was like day to day.
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