Here you can find additional resources regarding the WASP and their history.


National and International Organizations supporting WASP & Women group resources

Texas Woman’s University – Collections / Women Airforce Service Pilots

The Woman’s Collection at Texas Woman’s University is the official archive of the Women Airforce Service Pilots. The WASP Collection includes over 1 million wartime and postwar items as well as the personal collections of hundreds of the WASP.


National WASP WWII Museum  The National WASP WWII Museum educates and inspires all generations with the story of Women Airforce Service Pilots who forever changed the course of women in aviation.


Ninety-nines The Ninety-Nines® is the International Organization of Women Pilots that promotes advancement of aviation through education, scholarships and mutual support while honoring our unique history and sharing our passion for flight.


Wings Across America was created to educate, motivate and inspire generations with the history of the pioneering WASP of WWII, Women Airforce Service Pilots, first women in history to Fly America’s military aircraft.


Women in Aviation International (WAI) provides networking, education, mentoring and scholarship opportunities for young girls and women who are striving for challenging and fulfilling careers in the aviation and aerospace industries.


Professional Women Controllers (PWC) is a resource that provides support, training, encouragement, and camaraderie for all air traffic professionals.


Association for Women in Aviation Maintenance (AWAM) champions women’s professional growth and enrichment in aviation maintenance by sharing information, networking, education, providing community, and awareness of women in the industry.


International Society of Women Airline Pilots (ISWAP) offers scholarships to promote the advancement of women in the world’s airline flight decks.


International Aviation Womens Association (IAWA) promotes the advancement of women in aviation and aerospace through an ever-expanding global network. 


Whirly Girls International, is a non-profit, charitable and educational organization that aims to advance women in helicopter aviation. They are an affiliate member of the Helicopter Association International. 


Advancing Women in Transportation is an international organization that helps in the development of the involvement of women in the field of transportation. 

Women in Corporate Aviation (WCA) introduces corporate aviation opportunities and create diversity in the industry by providing event networking opportunities, scholarship information, online interaction and mentoring to future professionals.

Women in Aerospace (WIA) is dedicated to expanding women’s opportunities for leadership and increasing their visibility in the aerospace community.


Air Race Classic is the epicenter of women’s air racing. Pilots range in age from 17 to 90 years old. They come from a wide variety of backgrounds including students, teachers, doctors, airline pilots, business owners, professionals and air traffic controllers.


Women Military Aviators, Inc. is a non-profit corporation formed in 1978 to promote and preserve for historical, educational, and literary purposes the role of women pilots, navigators, and aircrew in the service of their country during times of war and peace.


Society of Women Engineers (SWE) is the world’s largest advocate for women in engineering and technology.


Female Aviators Sticking Together (FAST) is a global network and non-profit organization that awards scholarships and inspires the next generation of women pilots.


Girls with Wings is a nonprofit organization to encourage more girls to have an interest in aviation.


Engineer Girl website is designed to bring national attention to the exciting opportunities that engineering represents for girls and women. 


Amy Pohler’s Smart Girls is dedicated to helping young people cultivate their authentic selves.