During World War II, the air force created a special group back home. It was made up entirely of women pilots. They were the first women trained to fly military aircraft. It was called WASP (Women Air force Service Pilots).
Lillian Yonally was one of these women. She was also one of the only women who owned a camera. These rare photographs are a glimpse back to that revolutionary project. And you’ll hear about that time from Yonally herself.