“The Women With Silve Wings” By “Katherine Sharp Landdeck”: The Untold True Stories Of Daring Women Airforce Service Pilots!

Katherine Sharp Landdeck, a pilot and aviation historian, made a book about a group of more than 1,100 fliers who contributed during World War II.  She did deep research regarding the history of Woman Airforce Service Pilots or WASP and their significance in helping the United States to win World War II.

Who is Katherine Sharp Landdeck??

Katherine Sharp Landdeck has bagged numerous awards for her works. Being a dedicated and passionate writer, she gives her very best in presenting her book. Her piece of work is a denotation of her bravery to criticize anything against ethics and morals. A large number of aviation journals and reports had her works published. She is such an inspirational personality with her intelligence and brilliance.

"The Women With Silve Wings" By "Katherine Sharp Landdeck": The Untold True Stories Of Daring Women Airforce Service Pilots!

What’s the book all about??

Kate Landdeck introduces young women who are determined and dedicated to work for the nation. There is Nancy love, Jacqueline Cochran, and many more. They were the women who first envisioned sending American women into the air. For them, it was a chance to serve their country and to prove that women aviators were nothing less than men.

The nation formed WASP by choosing the best-trained women from more than 25,000 skilled applicants. The members of WASP had to undergo additional training to get their silver wings. Landeck also pictures the social evils of racism, homophobia, and antisemitism within their fellow mates.

"The Women With Silve Wings" By "Katherine Sharp Landdeck": The Untold True Stories Of Daring Women Airforce Service Pilots!

Once when the war was back in control, the fighters required was comparatively less in number. The male flight instructors complained that women were snatching away from their jobs. The struggle and effort to bring WASP into the military created massive protests.  Unfortunately, the nation considered WASP as an experiment and declared to be no longer needed.

Landeck has done the best job of introducing the unknown heroes to the world. The book itself is a tribute for the brave women who came up to serve their nation.

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