Winning My Wings, A Woman Airfare Service Pilot in World War II by Marion Stegeman Hodgson (SIGNED)


One of the first women in the United States to train as a military pilot, the author was part of a little-known World War II experiment called the WASP (Women Airfare Service Pilots) program, which gave young women the then unheard-of opportunity to fly military aircraft. Marion Hodgson tells an exuberant story of the time back in 1943 when she and other WASP’s earned their hard won wings.


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