The Women with Silver Wings: The Inspiring True Story of the Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II Katherine Sharp Landdeck!

Synopsis of The Women with Silver Wings

An incredible journey of bravery, courage, and fearless women for their fight for justice and truth. The Women With Silver Wings by Katherine Sharp Landdeck is a beautiful, inspiring, and well-researched novel. Katherine Sharp Landdeck has intelligently untold the history of the great Women Airforce Service Pilots. The author has mentioned the thrilling journey of female aviators who helped win WWII for the US.

About the author – Katherine Sharp Landeck

The author Katherine Sharp Landdeck, has received numerous recognitions and awards for her work toward the WASP. She is a Ph.D. holder, and an expert on History Channel, NPR’s Morning Edition for her work. Several of her work is published in The Atlantic, US Aviation Publications, Academic publications, HuffPost, and The Washington Post.

The Women with Silver Wings: The Inspiring True Story of the Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II Katherine Sharp Landdeck!

Katherine Sharp is a licensed Pilot and serves as an Associate Professor of History. Working as a Professor at Texas Woman’s University, she is a graduate of the University of Tennessee. She is a fellow recipient of A Guggenheim Fellow at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum.

The Main Plot of The Women with Silver Wings!

Introducing us, with these fearless and courageous smart, young talented women aviators who define elegance, chivalry, and valor. Jacqueline Cochran is the first female aviator American, who is remembered and defines WASP. Cornelia Fort served her country at the time the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor. Being an instructor, Fort along with her student was the first to call on women pilots and the first to respond to serve and fight.

Inspiring women like Nancy Love, Jacquelin Cochran, and Cornelia Fort, the Women Airforce Service Pilot (WASP) trusted them by giving a chance. Honoring the bravery of women aviators and accepting with dignity, as men.

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