Learn about women air force service pilots of WWII

Warwick. The Albert Wisner Public Library will be holding this information event on Sunday, March 24

| 15 Mar 2024 | 03:29

The women who were pilots during WWII flew jets and sometimes new planes that men avoided. They ferried aircraft from the factory to airbases to free male pilots for combat. They endured discrimination and received less pay; they had no military standing and received no veterans benefits. But they proved women could fly planes as well as men and in time received their due recognition. The program will be presented by Rick Feingold at the Albert Wisner Public Library on Sunday, March 24, from 2 to 3 p.m.

Register online at albertwisnerlibrary.org or call the Help Desk at 845-986-1047, ext. 4.