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Finding Dorothy Scott: Letters of a Wasp Pilot

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Finding Dorothy Scott: Letters of a WASP Pilot - Rickman, Sarah Byrn
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More than eleven hundred women pilots flew military aircraft for the United States Army Air Forces during World War II. These pioneering female aviators were known first as WAFS (Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron) and eventually as WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots). Thirty-eight of them died while serving their country. Dorothy Scott was one of the thirty-eight. She died in a mid-air crash at the age of twenty-three. Born in 1920, Scott was a member of the first group of women selected to fly as ferry pilots for the ...

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Finding Dorothy Scott: Letters of a WASP Pilot 2016, Texas Tech Press,U.S., Texas

ISBN-13: 9780896729728

Hardcover