Arlington National Cemetery
Originally published 09/07/2016
It took an act of Congress, but World War II pilot Elaine Harmon is finally being laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery.
Originally published 05/22/2016
The pilots were previously excluded from the cemetery under official policy.
Originally published 02/29/2016
The Army, which oversees Arlington National Cemetery, says her wartime unit — known as the WASPs, shorthand for Women Airforce Service Pilots — was not technically part of the military.
Originally published 01/02/2016
"These women have been fighting this battle, off and on, for over 50 years now."
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