WASP Squadron Dallas, TX

Dallas Executive Airport
5661 Mariner Drive
Dallas, TX 75237

Contact number:
(214) 244-0876


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  • AT-6G Texan "Nella" More "Nella" Info

    This AT-6, affectionately referred to as ‘Nella, reflecting the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) mascot Fifinella, was flown by the WASP in training classes from mid-1943 until the WASP were disbanded in December 1944. She was also the final check ride plane for some WASP to receive their silver wings. Three identified WASP Cadets flew this very aircraft while training. Today she is the responsibility of the WASP Squadron. She will be touring as part of the Air Power History Tour, giving rides to as many original WASP as possible. To date she has provided seven flights, and proudly holds their signatures in her luggage compartment. She also proudly displays her banners, telling her... ...

    The CAF WASP Squadron is a unit of the Commemorative Air Force dedicated to honoring the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) of World War II – America’s first female military aviators – by inspiring the next generation by telling of the WASP accomplishments, their drive and focus.

    The group’s educational outreach programs provide young people, especially young women, a greater appreciation of their own potential, an awareness of the opportunities that surround them, and a mentorship pathway to accomplish their dreams.

    The Squadron operates an AT-6, known as "Nella," which tours across the country. The aircraft was used to train WASP at Avenger Field in World War II. Three WASP cadets have been identified as flying this aircraft while in training. Today, the aircraft is an outdoor classroom, used to tell the story of the WASP. CAF WASP Squadron members support benefits and events related to WASP and the Commemorative Air Force.

    Sweetwater, TX


    FREE TO THE PUBLIC, NO REGISTRATION NECESSARY — Festivities will be held on two consecutive Saturdays, May 8 and May 15, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., to give everyone an opportunity to participate regardless of ability to travel.

    This is a free outdoor event featuring a Warbird fly-in, with an emphasis on the BT-13, a favorite WASP trainer. Enjoy food trucks, music, Air Force and Navy female aviators, and a kids’ activity zone. Reenactors will be in place, recreating sights and sounds from 1942-44 on Avenger Field. It will also be a wonderful opportunity to see the Museum campus and all the exciting changes that have transpired since we were last together in 2019.

    Dallas, Texas

    Final Flight, Final Fight – Honoring the WASP More Info

    Join Erin Miller author and activist. Erin’s grandmother, WASP Elaine D. Harmon’s final wish was to be laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery. When Elaine Harmon passed, her family fought hard to carry out her request. “Final Flight Final Fight” by Erin Miller is an account of her family’s journey of placing her grandmother’s ashes at the nation’s most hallowed ground.

    Sweetwater, TX

    WASP Homecoming: Journey Above The Stars More Info

    Tickets go on sale until April 16th for the WASP Celebration Brunch & The Rendezvous Dinner. The celebration activities on Friday & Saturday are FREE! The WASP Museum invites all Warbirds to Avenger Field in celebration of the WASP on April 26 – 27. For more information, please contact Josh Hamaty at 325-232-1566 or at aviation@waspmuseum.org.

    Please come out and join us!

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