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WORLD WAR II INTERPRETATIONS & PRESENTATIONS

 
                 
 



 


The "Fly Girls" of WW2; Over 1100 women served their country in World War II flying every military aircraft flown by the American Forces from the PT-17 Stearman to the P51 Mustang and B-17 Flying Fortress.  Air ferry missions, target practice for artillery crews, and aircraft maintenance shakedown flights are just a few of the types of missions flown by these American Heroines.  Join Rebecca Sutera Tulloch, a certified FAA pilot, as she tells the story of the WASP as only a pilot can.

 
 

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Official W.A.S.P. web page to honor the WOMEN PILOTS of WWII and to shine a light on their contributions to the history of United States military aviation: .Hear the songs, see the planes, check out the documents and photographs.  
www.wasp-wwii.org

   
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" There's No Crying In Baseball !!! "
The 1992 film, "A League of Their Own" introduced modern America to the Women of the Greatest Generation who played professional baseball to keep up the morale on the American Home Front during WWII, while our soldiers fought overseas.  The league was so successful that it continued for nearly a decade after the war ended in 1945.

Invite Rebecca Tulloch and other members of the Vintage Rockford Peaches for public receptions, conferences, and events. Exhibitions baseball demonstrations and exhibitions can also be arranged.
               
                 
Historical Reenacting Groups        
Civil War Ambulance Civil War Mortar WWII Resistance      
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