WorldCat Identities
Fri Mar 21 17:15:59 2014 UTClccn-nr20020302870.06Eileen Collins /0.080.47Women in aviation the WASP84238299nr20020302875853465Youngs, Eileen Collins, 1956-lccn-n2001034169Raum, Elizabethlccn-n92101163Women Airforce Service Pilots (U.S.)lccn-n92118229Haskell, Katharine Wright1874-1929nc-international womens air & space museumInternational Women's Air & Space Museumnp-ware, emma coulter$1915Ware, Emma Coulter1915-nc-miami valley communications councilMiami Valley Communications Councilnp-crews, nancy baston$1920 2001Crews, Nancy Baston1920-2001np-nagle, nadine v canfield$1918Nagle, Nadine V. Canfield1918-np-ringenberg, margaret ray$1921Ringenberg, Margaret Ray1921-np-steele, katherine l kaddy landry$1917 2003Steele, Katherine L. "Kaddy" Landry1917-2003Collins, Eileen(Eileen Marie)1956-BiographyJuvenile worksHistoryInterviewsCollins, Eileen--(Eileen Marie),United StatesWomen air pilotsAstronautsAir pilotsWomen astronautsWomen Airforce Service Pilots (U.S.)Women in aeronauticsHaskell, Katharine Wright,Women veterans19561992200320068834BTL789.85.C63721ocn058478502book20060.06Raum, ElizabethEileen CollinsJuvenile worksBiographyA portrait of American astronaut Eileen Collins, which describes her girlhood heroes, her path to becoming an astronaut and the first woman to pilot a space shuttle mission, and her role in the 2005 "Discovery" mission, during which her crew made history by repairing their shuttle in space+-+6894198596152ocn053881199visu20030.17Above & beyond 100 years of women in aviationHistoryDiscover the personal insights and public impacts of a century of American heroines. Experience extraordinary feats of aviation including Katharine Wright (sister of the famed Wright Brothers), WWII Airforce Service Pilots (WASPs), and Eileen Collins, the first female Space Shuttle Commander11ocn192047126visu19920.47Women in aviation the WASPHistoryBiographyInterviewsPart of a series of panels and lectures featuring surviving WASP veterans. Introduction by Sarah Rickman. A panel of WASP veterans discuss their experiences of training and flying during the Second World War and how they have stayed in touch over the years and continue to support women aviators in the United States military+-+6894198596Fri Mar 21 15:13:14 EDT 2014batch3928