Books by WASP



  • Brick, K. (1981). The P-47 Thunderbolt, the "Jug". New York : P-47 Thunderbolt Pilots Association.
  • Carl, A. B. (1999). A WASP among Eagles: A Woman Military Test Pilot in WWII. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institute Press.
  • Carter, N. (1993). Grand Horizon. Aurora, Mo. : Stoops Publishing Ruth C. Johnson.
  • Clark, M. M. (2005). Dear Mother and Daddy: World War II letters from a WASP ; an autobiography. Livonia, MI : First Page Publications.
  • Cochran, J. (1954). The Stars at Noon. Boston: Little, Brown.
  • Cochran, J. & Brinley, M. B. (1987). Jackie Cochran: An autobiography. Toronto; New York: Bantam Books.
  • Cole, J. H. (1992). Women pilots of World War II. Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press
  • Dalrymple, M. D.(2009). The Memories and milestones of Millie Dalrymple. Austin, TX: Mildred Dalrymple.
  • Fagan, O. V. (1999). Zoot suits and parachutes: WASPs WWII.
  • Gott, K. (1991). WASP; Women Airforce Service Pilots, WWII: Class 43‐W‐2. Eureka, Calif.: Broadway Printing.
  • Gott, K. (1993). Women Airforce Pilots, World War II: Contributions to Fleishman tribute. McKinleyville, Calif.: Kay Gott.
  • Gott, K. (1993). Women in Pursuit: Flying Fighters for the Air Transport Command Ferrying Division During World War II. McKinleyville, Calif.: Kay Gott.
  • Gott, K. (1996). Hazel Ah Ying Lee: Women Service Airforce Pilot. Eureka, Calif.: Veteran's Quality Printing.
  • Granger, B. (1991). On Final Approach. Scottsdale, Ariz.: Falconer.
  • Graves, C. (2004). A View from the Doghouse of the 319th AAFWFTD. AuthorHouse: First Edition edition.
  • Haydu, B. F., Casey, R. C. & Keil, S. V. W. (2003). Women Airforce Service Pilots, class of 43‐W‐7: Letters 1943‐1944. Riviera Beach, Fla: Topline Printing and Graphics.
  • Hodgson, M. S. (1996). Winning My Wings: A Woman Airforce Pilot in World War II. Annapolis, Md.: Naval Institute Press.
  • Martell, I. D. & Beesemeyer, B. Climbin' and Divin'.
  • Monkiewicz, A. (2013). My Piece of the Sky. Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Noggle, A. (1990). For God, Country, and the Thrill of It: Women Airforce Service Pilots in World War II. College Station: Texas A&M University Press.
  • Pateman, Y. (1997). Women Who Dared: American female test pilots, flight-test engineers, and astronauts, 1912-1996. Norstahr Publishing.
  • Pateman, Y. (199?). Pateman WASP Collection. Colorado Springs, Colo.: United States Air Force Academy.
  • Ringenberg, M. J. (1988). Girls Can't Be Pilots: an aerobiography. Fort Wayne, Ind. : Deadalus Press.
  • Roberts, M. S. (2000). Wingtip to Wingtip: 8 WASPs, Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II. Arlington Heights, Ill.: Aviatrix Publishing Inc.
  • Rohrer, A. S. (1987). The True Believers. Port Washington, N.Y. : Ashhley Books.
  • Rohrer, A. S. (2001). Girls of Avenger. United States: Alyce Stevens Rohrer.
  • Scharr, A. R. (1986). Sisters in the Sky, Vol. I: The WASP. Gerald, Mo.: Patrice Press.
  • Scharr, A. R. (1988). Sisters in the Sky, Vol. II: The WASP. Gerald, Mo.: Patrice Press.
  • Seymour, D., Bergemann, C. I., Jenkins, J.J., & Keil, M. E. In Memoriam: Thirty‐eight American Women Pilots gave their Lives in Performance of Duty with the United States Army Air Forces 1942‐44.
  • Starr, A. J. M. (1947). RON: A WASP Cartoon Scrapbook.
  • Strohfus, E. (1994). Love at First Flight: One Woman's Experience as a WASP in World War II...and Fifty Years Later She's Still Flying. St. Cloud, Minn.: North Star Press of St. Cloud.
  • Tanner, D. B., Purifoy, S. B., Huey, T., & Kendall, R. (2013). Up in the Air. Union City, Tn : Lanzer Printing.
  • Tanner, D. B. (1980). Cornelia Fort: A WASP in World War II, Part I. Nashville: Tennessee Historical Society.
  • Tanner, D. B. (1989). Who Were the WASP? A World War II Record. [Sweetwater, Tex.]: Sweetwater Reporter.
  • Tanner, D. B. (1996). Zoot‐Suits and Parachutes and Wings of Silver, too! Paducah, Ky.: Turner Publishing Company.
  • Turner, B. S. (2001). Out of the Blue and into History. Arlington Heights, Ill.: Aviatrix Publishing Inc.
  • Turner, B. S. (1997). Class 44-W-9, Women Airforce Service Pilots WWII. W.A.S.P.
  • Wood, W. & Swain, D. (1945). We Were WASP. Coral Gables, Fla.: Glade House.
  • Wortz, E. T. (2011). Fly Gals of World War II: Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP). Los Gatos, Ca : Robertson Pub.
  • (1981). W.A.S.P. : Women Airforce Service Pilots : Profiles of WASP class 44-1


  • Crane, M. (1967). Fly Down of the WASP . New York: Pageant Press.
  • Crane, M. (1970). Ladies! Rev up your engines! : A novel about the girls in the Powder Puff Derby. Monterey, Calif. : d'Angelo Pub. Co.
  • Rohrer, A. S. (2001). Girls of Avenger. United States: Alyce Stevens Rohrer.