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[Pamphlet: International Women's Air & Space Museum]

Description: Pamphlet and addressed form envelope for donations to the International Women's Air & Space Museum. the pamphlet includes details about women's contributions to aeronautics, a brief history of the museum, and different donation amounts. The envelope is addressed to the museum and includes a form for making a donation.
Date: unknown
Creator: Aero-Astro Cultural Center
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[An Air Force Association Certificate Presented to Helen Snapp]

Description: An Air Force Association certificate presented to Helen Snapp, recognizing her service to her country as a pilot in the WASP program. The certificate was presented by the Air Force Association Florida Region. The certificate is inside a blue holder, with a design on the cover and the words, "Air Force Association."
Date: unknown
Creator: Air Force Association
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association Newsletter]

Description: Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association newsletter from September 1945. Page 69 includes six pictures of British Commercial Planes, both the outside of the plane and the cockpit; pages 70 and 71 list the "most complete releasable list of aircraft in use by the United States armed forces; page 72 shows eight pictures of planes that the reader is meant to identify, with an answer key below, as well as two diagrams of plane silhouettes; page 79 includes an add for Flightex; and page 80 includes information on new civil air regulations.
Date: September 1945
Creator: Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA)
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

"Those Wonderful Women in Their Flying Machines" Re-Creates Absorbing Page of Women's History

Description: Article from Rawson, Wade Publishers, Inc. titled "'Those Wonderful Women in Their Flying Machines' Re-Creates Absorbing Page of Women's History" discussing Sally Van Wagenen Keil's book "Those Wonderful in Their Flying Machines: The Unknown Heroines of World War II."
Date: February 20, 1979
Creator: Anthony, Carolyn & Mayers, Gwenn
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Flight Report completed by Suzette van Daell]

Description: Flight report completed by Suzette van Daell on October 9, 1944. Van Daell completed an inspection of her plane, reporting that the vehicle is performing up to standards and a total number of 1005 hours of flight time. The back of the document includes handwritten notes between Suzette and an unknown contributor, discussing plans for the upcoming night involving a movie, drinking, and clubbing.
Date: August 9, 1944
Creator: Army Air Forces
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

Instrument Flying: Basic and Advanced, Special Edition

Description: Special edition of a textbook titled "Instrument Flying: Basic and Advanced," published January 15, 1944. It is split into three sections, all with different creation and publication dates. The first section is titled "Instrument Flying: Basic without Radio Aids" or Technical Order No. 30-100A-1, published June 1, 1943. The second section is titled "Instrument Flying: Advanced with Radio Aids" or Technical Order No. 30-100B-1, published January 15, 1944 to replace T. O. No. 30-100B-1 dated October 1, 1943. The final section is titled "Instrument Flying Army Air Forces Instrument Approach System" or Technical Order No. 30-100F-1, published November 10, 1943.
Date: January 15, 1944
Creator: Army Air Forces
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Physics Exam]

Description: Physics exam partially completed by Suzette van Daell. It includes vocabulary, fill-in-the-blank, true/false, and calculation questions based on basic physics concepts like the relationships between velocity, time, distance, mass, and acceleration. Several sections are left blank. There are two sketches of rabbits on the front of the first page and the back of the last page.
Date: unknown
Creator: Army Air Forces
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

Restricted Pilots' Information File

Description: Textbook titled "Restricted Pilots' Information File" It is split into eight sections and contains a signed receipt for Pilots' Information File, flying safety information, and engine maintenance information. It is bound together with removable clips so that the book can be updated as new information is released.
Date: 1944
Creator: Army Air Forces
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

Weather for Aircrew Trainees

Description: Textbook titled "Weather for Aircrew Trainees" or "Air Forces Manual No. 6" belonging to Suzette vanDaell. It contains general weather information, as well as specific information regarding temperature, pressure, and thunderstorms.
Date: February 14, 1944
Creator: Army Air Forces
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

Your Body in Flight

Description: Textbook titled "Your Body in Flight" or Technical Order No. 00-25-13, created July 20, 1943 by authority of the Commanding General of the Army Air Forces.
Date: July 20, 1943
Creator: Army Air Forces
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Students' Manual: Primary Flying]

Description: Primary flying manual prepared by the Army Airforces Training Command, Visual Training Unit in collaboration with the central instructors school, Randolph Field, Texas & HQ AAF office of Flying Safety Education Division. Manual was intended to be used in conjunction with the current AAF Training Command Memorandum covering Primary Flying Training.
Date: unknown
Creator: Army Air Forces Training Command
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

Local Radio Procedure for Avenger Field

Description: Procedural text for operating the local radio for Avenger Field. It gives instructions on how "to leave line," what to do during take off, what to do on a forty-five degree entry, and important tips.
Date: May 24, 1943
Creator: Army Airforces
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum

[Students' Manual: Advanced Single-Engine Flying]

Description: Students' manual for advanced single-engine flying, prepared by the Army Airforces, Training Command, Visual Training Unit in collaboration with the Central Instructors School at Randolph Field, Texas, and Headquarters, AAF, office of Flying Safety Education Division. Manual meant to be used in conjunction with the current AAF training command memorandum covering advanced single-engine flying training. There are no split sections in the manual, instead, information is organized in chronological order.
Date: unknown
Creator: Army Airforces Training Command
Partner: National WASP WWII Museum