6:45PM, Sunday 17 Feb
Flying Dreams: Women Airforce Pilots of WWII
25,000 American women, many still in their teens, others in their 50s, volunteered to become WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots), all hoping to fulfil their dream of flying by serving their country in America’s time of need. They came from all walks of life, from chorus girls to farmer’s daughters, and from all parts of the country to begin training. After proving they could handle the latest fighters and the heaviest bombers, it all came...