The National WASP WWII Museum located in Sweetwater, Texas, tells the story of 1074 young women who overcame personal and social barriers to become the first women pilots. They were integral to the U.S. flight program during World War II, yet were not given full military status until 33 years after they served their country. Texas Members are partnering with National WASP WWII Museum to provide four interactive learning stations for youth museum visitors.

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