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ACROSS THE USA WHERE WASP WERE STATIONED DURING WWII
 

ALAMOGORDO ARMY AIR BASE  -- ALAMOGORDO, NEW MEXICO
WASP FLEW B-17'S, C-47'S, C-50'S, C-53'S, UC-78'S, C-45'S, AT-11'S & L-5'S. WASP flew as pilots, copilots, and utility pilots. Missions included cargo deliveries, flight checks, and search missions.

ALOE ARMY AIR FIELD -- VICTORIA, TEXAS
WASP flew AT-6's. Orders included working as instrument instructors and towing targets.

ALTUS ARMY AIR FIELD  -- ALTUS, OKLAHOMA
WASP flew UC-78'S as engineering test pilots and utility pilots.

ASHVILLE WEATHER WING HQ   -- ARMY AIRWAYS COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEM HQ
ASHEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA
WASP flew UC-78'S, AT-11'S, C-60'S, B-25'S ferrying non-flying personnel, transporting documents and cargo, helped establish routes for B-29'S and weather flights.

ATLANTA WEATHER WING  -- ATLANTA, GEORGIA

BAINBRIDGE ARMY AIR FIELD    -- BAINBRIDGE, GEORGIA
WASP flew BT-13's as test pilots.

BIGGS ARMY AIR FIELD  -- EL PASO, TEXAS

WASP flew B-26/s and B-34's towing targets at high altitude, B-26's and B-34's towing targets at low altitude, and A-24's and P-47's to simulate strafing (diving to buzz troops and gun positions). WASP also flew searchlight missions (without navigation or other lights to provide practice for searchlight crews in AT-7's, AT-11's, and C-45's),tracking missions in A-24's and P-47's to instruct anti-aircraft gunnery crews with moving targets, radar tracking to train radar operators, radio-controlled target flying (controlling PQ-8's and PQ-14's from UC-78's and C-45's), low altitude night missions (dropping flares on troops and gun emplacements), and laying smoke screens at low altitude.

BLACKLAND ARMY AIR FIELD  -- WACO, TEXAS
WASP flew AT-10's as engineering/test/maintenance pilots and utility pilots.

BLYTHEVILLE ARMY AIR FIELD  -- BLYTHVILLE, ARKANSAS
WASP flew as B-25 co-pilots, and AT-10 pilots. Assignments included engineering test pilots, instrument check pilots, ferrying, and flight checks for returning overseas pilots.

BRYAN ARMY AIR BASE  -- BRYAN TEXAS
WASP flew AT-6' and BT-13's as engineering test pilots.

BUCKINGHAM ARMY AIR FIELD  -- FORT MYERS, FLORIDA
WASP flew B-17's (co-pilot), AT-6's and BT-13's. Missions included flying with 8 gunners firing at targets towed over the Gulf of Mexico.

CAMP DAVIS ARMY AIR FIELD   -- CAMP DAVIS, NORTH CAROLINA
WASP flew A-24's and A-25's towing targets, flying radar deception missions, night target-towing missions, and tracking missions.

CASPER ARMY AIR FIELD  -- CASPER, WYOMING
WASP flew B-24's, C-45's, BT-13 as engineering test pilots.

CHICO ARMY AIR FIELD  -- CHICO, CALIFORNIA
WASP flew AT-7's, UC-78's, and BT-13 as engineering test pilots.

CHILDRESS ARMY AIR FIELD   -- CHILDRESS, TEXAS
WASP flew AT-11's on bombing range runs to train bombardiers and navigators.

CLOVIS ARMY AIR FIELD  -- CLOVIS, NEW MEXICO
WASP flew B-17's (copilot), UC-78's on twilight weather checks, and 1 WASP checked to fly the B-29.

COCHRAN ARMY AIRFIELD   -- MACON, GEORGIA
WASP flew BT-13's and AT-6's as engineering test pilots.

COFFEYVILLE ARMY AIR BASE  -- COFFEYVILLE, KANSAS

WASP flew BT-13's as engineering test pilots.

  COLUMBUS ARMY AIR FIELD  -- COLUMBUS, MISSISSIPPI

WASP flew AT-10's in flight testing, ferrying, and utility /administrative flights

.COURTLAND ARMY AIR FIELD  --- COURTLAND, ALABAMA

WASP flew BT-13's, UC-78's, and B24's.

 CRAIG ARMY AIR FIELD  -- SELMA, ALABAMA

WASP flew AT-6's and primary trainers for "mothballing"

DALHART ARMY AIR FIELD  -- DALHART, TEXAS

The last hop-scotching of women pilots in WWII was on 12 Dec 44 when 2 WASP were transferred to Dalhart.

DEMING ARMY AIR FIELD -- DEMING, NEW MEXICO

Deming was a sub-base of Biggs .  WASP flew AT-6's, B-25's, B-26's, and P-47's.
DODGE CITY ARMY AIR BASE
DODGE CITY, KANSAS

WASP flew B-26's.as tow target pilots for air-to-air gunnery practice by "green" gunners using live ammunition.

DOUGLAS ARMY AIR FIELD -- DOUGLAS, ARIZONA

WASP flew BT-14's, AT-6's, UC-78's, AT-9's, AT-17's, and B-25's as utility/administrative and engineering pilots.

DYESRBURG ARMY AIRFIELD  -- DYERSBURG, TENNESSEE

WASP flew L-5's on tracking missions, and B-17's.

EAGLE PASS ARMY AIR BASE  -- EAGLE PASS, TEXAS

WASP flew AT-6's and PT-19 in ferrying and administrative flying.

 EGLIN ARMY AIR BASE -- NICEVILLE, FLORIDA

WASP flew as engineering test pilots and fixed gunnery tow target pilots, flying AT-6 ferrying; PQ-8, radio control gunnery targets, and A-20, B-25, P-39, P-47, B-29, UL-61, and A-36.

ELLINGTON ARMY AIR FIELD  -- HOUSTON, TEXAS

WASP flew AT-10: utility/administrative (including flying hospital plane (Norseman), engineering/test; ferrying; copilots on navigation training flights.

ENID ARMY AIR BASE -- ENID, OKLAHOMA

WASP flew utility/administrative; engineering/testing and ferrying in T-13's and BT-15's  

FAIRFAX FIELD -- KANSAS CITY, MISSOURI

WASP flew ferrying missions in BT-15's and B-25's.

  FORT SUMNER ARMY AIR FIELD -- FORT SUMNER, NEW MEXICO

WASP flew as utility pilots in C-47's and C-53's.

FOSTER ARMY AIR FIELD -- VICTORIA, TEXAS

WASP flew AT-6 liaison, administrative, instrument instruction, and ferrying.

  FREDERICK ARMY AIR FIELD -- FREDERICK, OKLAHOMA

WASP flew AT-6, UC-78, and B-24 in administrative and engineering; and flight checked returning overseas pilots to prepare them for instructing cadets.

  FREEMAN ARMY AIR FIELD  -- SEYMOUR, INDIANA

WASP flew engineering/maintenance flight testing in AT-10's.
 

GARDEN CITY ARMY AIR BASE  -- GARDEN CITY, KANSAS

WASP flew BT-13 and UC-78 as engineering, utility, administrative, and instrument safety pilots

GARDNER ARMY AIR BASE -- TAFT, CALIFORNIA

WASP flew BT-13 and PT-17 as engineering, administrative, and ferrying pilots.

GEORGE ARMY AIRBASE  -- LAWRENCEVILLE, ILLINOIS

WASP flew AT-10 as engineering and check pilots.

GOODFELLOW ARMY AIR FIELD -- SAN ANGELO, TEXAS

WASP flew AT-6 and BT-13 as instrument instructors and PT-19 in ferrying.

GOWEN ARMY AIR BASE -- BOISE, IDAHO

WASP flew B-24 transition with B-26's flying attack-curve, and B-17's in formation with B-26's flying through to break formations.

GRAND ISLAND ARMY AIR BASE  -- GRAND ISLAND, NEBRASKA

WASP flew B-17, C-47, C-45, UC-78, and L-5 as utility, engineering, administrative, tracking, and cargo transport pilots.

GREAT BEND ARMY AIR BASE -- GREAT BEND, KANSAS

WASP flew B-26 and B-17 radar navigation training, engineering, and administrative flights.

GREENVILLE ARMY AIRBASE  -- WASP flew BT-13, UC-78, and AT-10 as utility, administrative, and engineering pilots.

GREENWOOD ARMY AIR BASE  -- GREENWOOD, MISSISSIPPI

WASP flew BT-13 and BT-15 as engineering test pilots and ferrying for "mothballing".

GUNTER ARMY AIR FIELD -- GUNTER, ALABAMA

WASP flew BT-13, AT-6, AT-10, and UC-78 as utility/engineering and administrative pilots and as instrument instructors.

HALF MOON BAY FLIGHT STRIP -- MOSS BEACH, CALIFORNIA

WASP flew UC-78 "mother ship" radio controlling PQ-14: AT-11

HAMILTON ARMY AIR FIELD  -- WASP flew utility and administrative flights.

HARDING ARMY AIR FIELD -- BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA

WASP flew BT-13 and UC-78 as utility, administration, and instrument safety pilots.

HARLINGEN ARMY AIR FIELD -- HArlingen, Texas

WASP flew B-26 as tow target pilots for the flexible gunnery school.

HONDO ARMY AIRFIELD  -- HONDO, TEXAS

WASP flew C-45 in navigational flying to train cadet navigators.

INDEPENDENCE ARMY AIR FIELD  --

WASP flew BT-14 as utility/administrative pilots, engineering test flying, and ferrying.

JACKSON ARMY AIR FIELD --

WASP flew AT-6 as utility/administrative, engineering test, and instrument safety piloting.

23rdWEATHER REGION HQ  -- KANSAS CITY, KANSAS

WASP flew C-45 on administrative flights, flying inspectors on tour of seven states weather stations.

KELLY ARMY AIR BASE -- SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

WASP flew flying inspectors to weather stations in a five state area in A-24 and AT-17

KEY ARMY AIR FIELD -- MERIDAN, MISSISSIPPI

Wasp were part of HQ for the 3rd Tactical Air Division, flying B-25s.

KINGMAN ARMY AIR BASE  -- KINGMAN, ARIZONA

WASP flew B-26's at this flexible gunnery school.

LA JUNTA ARMY AIR FIELD   -- LA JUNTA, COLORADO

WASP flew BT-13, AT-6, and B-25 as utility/administrative pilots.

LAREDO ARMY AIR BASE -- LAREDO, TEXAS

WASP flew B-26 as tow target pilots and B-26, P-40, and P-63 as engineering test pilots.

LAS VEGAS ARMY AIR FIELD  -- LAS VEGAS, NEVADA

WASP flew B-17, B-26, P-39, AT-10, and AT-6 as utility/administrative pilots, tow target, photographic "shooting" , range estimation, instrument instructors and safety piloting.

LEMOORE ARMY AIR BASE  --

WASP flew as BT-15 engineering/test pilots.

LIBERTY FIELD

WASP flew A-24 and A-25 as they received a 90-day instruction/practice in piloting radio-controlled aircraft.  Some flew B-34, C-45, PQ-8, and PQ-14 as they did radar tracking, high tow target for anti-aircraft practice, night searchlight tracking, and strafing.

LOCKBOURNE ARMY AIR BASE -- COLUMBUS, OHIO

WASP went through B-17 flying school at this base.

LONG BEACH ARMY AIR BASE -- LONG BEACH, CALIFORNIA

WASP flew fighters as this base belonged to the 6th Fighter Group of the Air Transport Command.

LOVE FIELD  -- DALLAS, TEXAS

WASP flew an assortment of aircraft, including fighters.

LUBBOCK ARMY AIR BASE  -- LUBBOCK, TEXAS

WASP flew AT-10, UC-78, and AT-6 as engineering/test and administrative pilots.

LUKE FIELD  -- GOODYEAR, ARIZONA

WASP flew PT's, BT-13, AT-6, B-26, and B-24 as engineering/test, administrative, and ferrying pilots.

MAJORS ARMY AIR FIELD  -- GREENVILLE, TEXAS

WASP flew BT-13 as engineering and administrative pilots.

MALDEN ARMY AIR FIELD -- MALDEN, MISSOURI

WASP flew administrative flights.

MARANA ARMY AIR FIELD -- MARANA, ARIZONA

WASP flew BT-13 as administrative and engineering test pilots.

MARCH ARMY AIR BASE -- RIVERSIDE, CALIFORNIA

WASP flew PQ-8, PQ-14, radio controlled drone target; B-26, B-37 tow target pilots, A-25 ground artillery "target"; B-24 searchlight and tracking missions.

MARFA ARMY AIR BASE -- MARFA, TEXAS

WASP flew UC-78.

MARIANNA ARMY AIR BASE  -- MARIANNA, FLORIDA

WASP instructed in AT-6 for instrument training and flew as engineering test pilots.

MATHER ARMY AIR BASE -- SACRAMENTO, CALIFORNIA

WASP checked out in B-25's.

MAXWELL FIELD -- MONTGOMERY, ALABAMA

WASP flew B-24, C-45, UC-78, AT-11, and YC-76 as engineering test pilots and as utility and administrative pilots.

MERCED ARMY AIR FIELD  -- MERCED, CALIFORNIA

WASP flew BT-13, AT-6, and PT-22 as engineering/test pilots and administrative and instrument observation.

MINTER FIELD  -- BAKERSFIELD, CALIFORNIA

WASP flew BT-13, ATR-6, and UC-78 as engineerng/test, utility, and administrative pilots.

MITCHELL FIELD   --LYNBROOK, LONG ISLAND NEW YORK

WASP flew C-45 in transporting non-flying Weather Wing personnel, flew weather checking missions and administrative flights.

MOODY ARMY AIR BASE  -- VALDOSTA, GEORGIA

WASP flew BT-13, B-25, AT-10, and PT-17 as instrument observers, utility, administrative, ferrying, and testing pilots.

MOORE ARMY AIR BASE -- MISSION, TEXAS

WASP flew AT-6, UC-78, ad C-45 as administrative, tow target, and ferrying pilots.

MUROC LAKE  -- MUROC LAKE, CALIFORNIA

This base was used as a TDY for WASP from Camp Davis to demonstrate radio-controlling PQ-8 carrying a bomb.

NAPIER ARMY AIR BASE -- DOTHAN, ALABAMA

WASP flew AT-6, PT-17 as engineering test pilots, administrative, instrument instructing, and ferrying.

NEW CASTLE ARMY AIR BASE  -- WILMINGTON, DELAWARE

WASP flew ferrying missions in Pts, Ats, pursuits, C-47, etc.

NEWPORT ARMY AIR FIELD  -- NEWPORT, ARKANSAS

WASP ferried BT-13 when the base was being deactivated.

OTIS ARMY AIR BASE  -- FALMOUTH, MASSACHUSETTS

WASP flew PQ-8, PQ-14, and C-45 for radio controlled target drones.

PALM SPRINGS ARMY AIR BASE  -- PALM SPRINGS, CALIFORNIA

WASP flew as ferrying pilots in BT-13. C-47, PT-22, B-25, AT-6, P-39, P-51, P-47, P-63, P-38, A-20, B-26, and P-40.

PATTERSON FIELD -- FAIRFIELD, OHIO

WASP flew for the 2nd Weather Region HQ.

PECOS ARMY AIR BASE -- PECOS, TEXAS

WASP flew AT-6, UC-78, and AT-17 in engineering test, administrative, and transporting freight.

PERRIN ARMY AIR BASE  -- SHERMAN, TEXAS

WASP flew BT-13, AT-6, and UC-78 as engineering/test pilots, instrument instructors and administrative pilots.

PETERSON ARMY AIR BASE  -- COLORADO SPRINGS, COLORADO

WASP flew for the 72nd Fighter Wing (Fighter Interceptor School and as tow target pilots in the AT-23 and TB-26.

POCATELLO ARMY AIR BASE  -- POCATELLO, IDAHO

WASP flew BT-13 as instrument safety pilot, AT-10 and BC-1 as administrative pilot, and B-26 as copilot.

PRATT ARMY AIR BASE -- PRATT, KANSAS

WASP flew L-2 and L-5 tracking and search missions, UC-78 in administrative flights, B-26 in tow target missions and administrative cross country flights.

PUEBLO ARMY AIRBASE  -- PUEBLO, COLORADO

WASP flew B-26 .B-24.B-25, UC-78, and L-5 as administrative pilots.

RANDOLPH ARMY AIR BASE -- SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS

WASP flew AT-6, AT-7, and PT-19 as administrative pilots and check pilots for newly assigned personnel.

ROMULUS ARMY AIR BASE  -- ROMULUS, MICHIGAN

WASP flew PT's, AT's, C-47, B-24 and pursuits in ferrying and administrative flights.

ROSECRANS ARMY AIR FIELD  -- ST. JOSEPH, MISSOURI

WASP flew AT-11, C-47, and B-25 as students in this instrument school for ATC pilots.

SALINAS ARMY AIR BASE  -- SALINAS, CALIFORNIA

WASP flew B-25, PQ-14, BT-13, AT-11, and AT-10 in radio controlled target and administrative flights.

SAN MARCOS ARMY AIR BASE -- SAN MARCOS, TEXAS

Wasp flew AT-7, AT-11 as staff pilots and co-pilots on flights for navigator training.

SANTA ANA AIR BASE -- (ORANGE COUNTY AIRPORT) SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA

WASP flew AT-6.

SANTA MONICA ARMY AIR BASE  -- SANTA MONICA, CALIFORNIA

WASP flew B-18, B-34, and A-24 .

SCOTT ARMY AIRBASE  -- GARY, INDIANA

WASP flew AT-6, UC-78, and AT-18 in ferrying, flying navigation cadets, and administrative.

SEATTLE AIRPORT -- SEATTLE, WASHINGTON

WASP flew with the 24th Weather Region HQ.

SELMAN ARMY AIR FIELD -- MONROE, LOUISIANA

WASP flew AT-10 in engineering test and night navigational training missions.

SHAW ARMY AIR BASE -- SUMPTER, SOUTH CAROLINA

WASP flew BT-13 as engineering test pilots, administrative, ferrying, and instrument instructing.

SIOUX FALLS ARMY AIR BASE -- SIOUX FALLS, SOUTH DAKOTA

WASP flew AT-11.

SMOKY HILL ARMY AIR BASE  -- SALINA, KANSAS

WASP flew B-29, C47, and C-53 at this air freight transport base.

SOUTH PLAINS ARMY AIR BASE  -- LUBBOCK, TEXAS

WASP flew B-25 and C-60 as trained pilots to tow CG-4A gliders at low altitude, mostly at night.

SPENCE ARMY AIR BASE -- MOULTRIE, GEORGIA

WASP flew BT-13 and AT-6 as engineering/test, administrative, and ferrying pilots, and as instrument observers.

STOCKTON ARMY AIR BASE  -- STOCKTON, CALIFORNIA

WASP flew AT-11, UC-78, and AT-6 as engineering/test and administrative pilots.

STROTHER FIELD  -- WINFIELD, KANSAS

WASP flew C47, C-53, UC-78 on administrative flights and ferried cadets and pilots to other fields for training.

STUTTGART ARMY AIR BASE  -- STUTTGART, ARKANSAS

WASP flew AT-10, AT-6, UC-78, and UC-64 as engineering/test, ferrying, and administrative/courier pilots.

TURNER ARMY AIR BASE -- ALBANY, GEORGIA

WASP flew AT-10 and B-25 as engineering/test and administrative pilots.

TYNDALL ARMY AIR BASE -- PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA

WASP flew B-26 as tow target pilots for air-to-air live gunnery practice and BT-13 on weather observation flights.

VICTORVILLE ARMY AIR BASE -- VICTORVILLE, CALIFORNIA

WASP flew B-25, AT-7, AT-11, and BT-13 on training flights for bombardier school cadets and on engineering/test and calibration missions.

WACO ARMY AIR FIELD -- WACO, TEXAS

WASP flew BT-13 and AT-6 as engineering/test, administrative, ferrying, and instrument instruction pilots.

WALKER ARMY AIR BASE  -- VICTORIA, KANSAS

WASP flew L-5, C-47, and B-17 as engineering/test, administrative, and ferrying pilots.

WALNUT RIDGE ARMY AIR FIELD  -- WALNUT RIDGE, ARKANSAS

WASP flew trainers.

WENDOVER ARMY AIR BASE  -- WENDOVER, UTAH

WASP flew B-29, B-17, C-46, and C-54 in cargo/personnel transport and ferrying for atomic bomb project.

WILLIAMS ARMY AIR BASE  -- CHANDLER, ARIZONA

WASP flew BT-13 and AT-6 as engineering, administrative, and ferrying pilots.

WRIGHT FIELD   -- DAYTON, OHIO

WASP flew AT-6, L-5, BT-13, UC-78, B-17, B-25, C-47, and A-25.

YUMA ARMY AIR FIELD  -- YUMA, ARIZONA

WASP flew B-26, AT-11, BT-13 as tow target and administrative pilots.