Resources for and about women in the military.
A Tribute to Women Airforce Service Pilots of WWII, first women in history to fly American military aircraft!
WAVES was established during World War II and this Web site is from the WAVES National Michigan Unit 32. It honors all women that have served in the military and particularly in the WAVES.
The women who test-piloted aircraft during World War II - with a timeline of women in military history and in flight.
The Library of Congress archives' exhibit about World War II journalists, photographers and broadcasters. Highlights the war coverage by eight women.
The military, which prided itself on the records it kept in Vietnam, counting the enemy number of weapons captured, cannot to this day say with certainty how many women served. The army that sent them never bothered to count them.
Website dedicated to the "Women Airforce Service Pilots", offering regularly-updated information from the WASP themselves.
A site for the collection of stories about women who served in WWI
Voluntary Force is a novel written for the silent women in uniform, the thousands of ordinary service women who struggled for acceptance in the military.
Introduces four books consisting of memoirs and biographies of Soviet military women, partisans and spies of World War II. Also has links to more sites related to women in the military