WASP on the WEB
Premiering in 1996, this award winning website is the most comprehensive collection of digital information on the WASP in the world. A national review from the New York Times in 2001 instantly propelled the website into a popular resource, especially for school children. Now, with over 2,000 pages of WASP records, videos, pictures, articles, speeches, games and marching songs -- plus paper dolls, games and coloring pages for children, the site has become a permanent link on many education sites including PBS, Britannica and NASA.
With several million visitors and counting, this growing resource of information continues to touch the world with the inspirational history of the WASP.
Visit WASP on the WEB