One of my all time favorites about a wonderful female pilot!
Letters Home: 1944-1945
Women Airforce Service Pilots
by Bernice ‘Bee’ Falk Haydu
In February of 1944 Bernice Falk was accepted into the Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II (WASP). Her mother saved the letters Bee wrote home describing her training and tour of active duty. They tell a fascinating storyof her military experiences and some of the problems she had to overcome in order to become and remain a professional pilot. She explains how aviation and piloting continued to be an important part of her life while rearing a family who all learned to love flying. She also chronicles the WASP struggle to be recognized as veterans during her term as president of their organization.
I was having a difficult time finding a book to share after finishing my thesis last week and starting Camp NaNoWriMo this week. I wanted something uplifting and inspirational for the 4th of July and…
View original post 251 more words