Women Airforce Service Pilots
Help WAI Remember and Honor the WASP
Women in Aviation International members will honor the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) #HonorTheWASP over Memorial Day weekend 2019 by visiting their graves and leaving an appropriate decoration in the form of flowers or other remembrances.
Find the WASP Final Resting Spots
Join Our Effort to Locate All the WASP
Texas Woman's University, has shared their extensive database of WASP burial locations with Women in Aviation International. Through this partnership we have been able to locate many of the WASP gravesites.
On the map click a pin. The pin will take you to a Google Map with the location of each specific WASP gravesite within that region.
Once on the Google Map look to the left side of your screen. You will see each WASP name for the specific grave location. (We have included both the WASP roster name and married name on the Google Map.)
If you pay your respects to any of the WASP, please take a photo and share it using #HonorTheWASP.
Don't have social media? Send your picture to firstname.lastname@example.org
Texas Woman’s University, the repository of the Women Airforce Service Pilots Archive, has provided WAI with a database of WASP gravesites which may be downloaded. Each color coordinated box below corresponds to a region in the previous map. Selecting the text on the Region's Box will link to an Excel spreadsheet with the WASP personal details and grave locations.
CLICK HERE to find the current Master Spreadsheet with all WASP including unknown burial locations.
Do You Have Additional Information on a WASP?
Please help us fill in the missing information!