Amelia Earhart's Daughters: The Wild & Glorious Story of American Women Aviators from World War II to the Dawn of the Space Age.
This is a story of women almost no one remembers. It's a story of women with unbelievable histories, histories in the air- of surviving crashes, of testing the first American jet, of flying low over Amazon jungles. And histories on the ground - making the case for women flyers in the corridors of the Pentagon, in the offices of NASA, and in the halls of the United States Congress. This paperback book has 322 pages and measures around 5" x 8".