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National WASP WWII Museum, Sweetwater

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  • Right off the highway so easy access. They were having a reunion with some of the grave WASP pilots later that day. We were still able to read about these brave ladies and their duties. Three awesome ...  more »
  • We had a great time as always! The museum is expanding with lots of new things in store. I can't wait to see. The kids enjoyed the museum and the run.  more »
  • This museum is small and housed in an old WWII hanger. There are women volunteers to give informative tours or you can go alone. A short movie is shown with more timeline details and grat old movie fo...  more »
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  • THESE WOMEN, THE WASPS OF WWII, CANNOT BE PRAISED ENOUGH. THEY WERE SOME OF THE UNSUNG HEROS OF WWII AND THEY GAVE THEIR LABOR AND LIVES WITHOUT COMPLAINT OR REWARDS. I KNOW IT SEEMS STRANGE BUT THEY DID IT WITHOUT WOMEN"S LIB OR THE LGBT. THEY WERE TRUE AMERICAN PATRIOTS, THANK YOU!
  • Is somthing that I don't remember schools talking about. Back then women didn't have much right and people had a problem giving women credit
  • Interesting place. Has a lot of historic items and love in the building. You gave to stop by if you're in that area.
  • Awesome history here. A must see. Great staff, very friendly.
  • Very knowledgeable didn't know what this museum was about but I'm glad we went.