W I N G S A C R O S S A M E R I C A
is a cutting-edge, digital, multi-media project, blazing a trail into the future of education, where digital information will explode into learning adventures, and where history will come alive through the colorful and unique eyewitness accounts of surviving Women Airforce Service Pilots --WASP of World War II, first women in history to fly America's military aircraft.
M I S S I O N:
to educate, motivate and inspire generations with the history of the pioneering WASP.
in 1998, by Nancy Parrish, this visionary project has evolved from the first web pages to over 2,000 screens of great digital WASP information, from the first digital video interviews in Waco, Texas to over 100 interviews with WASP across the country, from a simple WASP timeline to the most comprehensive, inspirational book on the WASP ever written, from a traveling WASP exhibit to the first WASP App.
Nancy Parrish, Executive Director & Site Creator
Wings Across America | 1620 South Ninth Street Waco, Texas 76710
Wings Across America is a non profit, 501 c3 project at Baylor University