A Daughter Shares Thoughts of Her Mom — a WASP during WWII

May is a big military month – Armed Forces Day happens on the 15th and of course, Memorial Day on May 31st. Margaret Ray Ringenberg served with the Women's Air Service Pilots during WWII. Both are great opportunities to remember what our military has done for our country. But, actually, the whole month of May... Continue Reading →

Women’s History Month — Elizabeth ‘Betty’ White Dybbro- Women’s Air Service Pilots (WASP)

Betty White Dybbro volunteered to serve in the WASP program during WWII. She was one of just over 1,000 women to fly American military aircraft -- a first in the history of the world. In keeping with my weekly posts this March about military women during World War II, I’m including an excerpted story of... Continue Reading →

This WASP Couldn’t Wait to Fly

Mary Anna (‘Marty’) Martin Wyall - WASP One benefit of interviewing World War II veterans is the opportunity to develop friendships. My husband and I consider Marty Wyall a friend. Below is a shortened version of her story from my book, WWII Legacies: Stories of Northeast IN Veterans. You can hear Marty speak about her... Continue Reading →

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