Women Airforce Service Pilots 

Help WAI Honor the WASP

Women in Aviation International has partnered with Texas Woman's University to create a database of the WASP gravesites. Every known resting spot of a WASP has been added to a Spreadsheet and placed on a Google Map.

WAI members honor the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) every Memorial Day weekend by visiting their graves and leaving an appropriate decoration in the form of flowers or other remembrances. We encourage members to post images on social media and use the hashtag #HonorTheWASP. 

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Access the spreadsheet

CLICK HERE to view the current Master Spreadsheet broken down by region with all known WASP. This Spreadsheet also includes photos of the gravesites shared by our WAI members. Our team will update this document as we receive new information. 

View The map

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By selecting a pin on the map below you will be taken to a Google Map. The location of each specific gravesite and WASP name within that region is pinned on that Map. Many WASP were married after they served and we have included both the WASP roster and married name. 

WASP MEMORIALS

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Plan your visit

We encourage you and your entire family to visit the gravesites anytime throughout the year. Do your homework and call the cemetery to confirm hours of operations and to access a gravesite map or App. Remember to prepare your materials ahead of time such as flags, flowers, or signs. 

Share your experience 

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If you pay your respects to any of the WASP, please take a photo and share on Social Media using #HonorTheWASP. Don't have social media? Send your photo to kmurphy@wai.org