Women Airforce Service Pilots Badge
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Graduated WASP Summer Uniform. During warm weather, graduated WASP wore khaki shirt and khaki trousers. A men's khaki garrison cap with gold-black officer's piping could be worn with this outfit. The Army Airforce General Headquarter's patch was sewn on the upper left sleeve and the WASP wings were worn above the left breast pocket.
Santiago Blue in color and including skirt and belted blazer, beret, white shirt and tie. WASP were the only women in WWII to have berets. Black leather purse was one of the first 'over the shoulder' bags. Official uniform hardware included WASP Wings, prop & wings, Army Air Force patch and the W.A.S.P. hardware on the lapel.
Fifinella was a female gremlin designed by Walt Disney for a proposed film from Roald Dahl's book The Gremlins. During World War II, the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) asked permission to use the image as their official mascot, and the Disney Company granted them the rights.
Lillian's Story : In Color
Lillian Yonally was one of the few women with a camera during her WASP service from May 1943 to December 1944. Her color photographs offer a rare glimpse int...