W.A.S.P. In Washington:
The Award of the Congressional Gold Medal to the Women Airforce Service Pilots Nearly 70 Years After They Were the First Women to Fly America's Military Aircraft.
by Photos and Story by Andrew J. Tonn
In March 2010 the Women Airforce Service Pilots, (W.A.S.P.) were awarded the Congressional Gold Medal at the nation's capitol. This book contains photos covering the series of ceremonies that honored the first women to fly America's military aircraft during WWII.
Andrew J. Tonn is an American photographer, writer and documentary filmmaker. He was awarded his Masters Degree in Writing following a degree in English Literature and the study of history and anthropology. He has worked for daily and weekly newspapers in the United States as a staff writer and photographer as well as a freelance contributor working from Central America, Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, Ohio and Washington D.C. Over the last decade Mr. Tonn has traveled extensively and worked for various humanitarian and medical relief organizations in Honduras, Guatemala, Mexico, El Salvador, Sweden and Transcarpathia, Ukraine.
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