Nancy Love and the WASP Ferry Pilots of World War II (North Texas Military Biography and Memoir Series)

Nancy Love and the WASP Ferry Pilots of World War II (North Texas Military Biography and Memoir Series)
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She speedily flew P-51 and the vagaries of the P-38, but the heavy four-engine B-17 bombers and C-54 transport has been his forte. This is the story of Nancy Harkness Enjoy as the beginning of the Second World War, recruited and led the 1st group of twenty-eight women to fly combat aircraft for the U.S. Army. When the U.S. entered the war, pilots of the Army to transport or “ferry” its aircraft linked control over the United States for foreign deployments and its training planes to bases of flight training. The pilots were in short supply, so in this vacuum stepped Nancy Adore and the Women’s Auxiliary Ferry Squadron (WAFS). Initially, the Army implemented both the WAFS program and a far more ambitious strategy Jacqueline Cochran to train girls to do numerous jobs related to the Army Air Stateside. In 1943, General Hap Arnold decided to combine the women’s program and has trained Airforce Service Pilots Females (WASP), with Cochran as director of girls pilots. Enjoy has been appointed Ex Nancy Love and the WASP Ferry Pilots of World War II (North Texas Military Biography and Memoir Series)

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