Silver Wings, Flying Dreams
The Complete Story of the Women Airforce Service Pilots
A Bill Suchy Documentary
Viewer Reaction to the Film:
“To say I thought it was absolutely terrific would be the understatement of the year,” Bee Haydu WASP 44-W-7
“Simply wonderful…I am so excited about the WASP documentary…thank you for all you have done for us WASP,” Shirley Chase Kruse WASP 44-W-6
“We premiered your documentary to the 99s and they all loved it. Thank you for your time and dedication to this worthwhile project,” Kim Miller, Austin 99s
“So well done…you did a beautiful job of mixing old and new in telling the WASP story…it is so important to tell their story to as wide an audience as possible and keep it alive for present and future generations,” Linda K. McTague, Brig Gen, USAF (Ret)
“People are still raving about “Silver Wings/Flying Dreams”! They were all just blown away!! We were too. We have watched the DVD several times since Saturday; each time we get a little more out of it. Showing this to high school students would be awesome,” Kathleen B. Dempsey, DAR
“The best, most complete documentary on the WASP…a wonderful Doc Film,” Kathleen Hilbrandt WASP 44-W-10
“Silver Wings, Flying Dreams…a great documentary,” Mary Holsenbeck, Texas Woman’s University
Silver Wings, Flying Dreams: The Complete Story of the Women Airforce Service Pilots is the definitive documentary on the WASP.
It’s taken sixty-six years for the WASP to receive their well-deserved but long over-due recognition honoring their outstanding service during WWII. Without the WASP we would not have been able to win the war.
By creatively blending interviews with numerous surviving WASP and footage featuring restored WWII aircraft with archival film footage, still images, and insight from WASP historian Dr. Katherine Sharp Landdeck, this documentary brings to life the complete WASP story as no film has done before.
Silver Wings, Flying Dreams captivates and inspires viewers of all ages with the remarkable true story of the WASP, highlighitng their amazing achievements and their long road to recognition and obtaining veterans benefits and finally being awarded the Congressional Gold Medal.
Produced and directed by nationally acclaimed documentary filmmaker, Bill Suchy, with the generous insight and cooperation of numerouus surviving WASP, The National WASP Museum, The Commemorative Air Force, The Ninety-Nines International Organization of Women Pilots, The Daughters of the American Revolution, and WASP Historian Dr. Kathleen Sharp Landdeck, this doumentary is an excellent program to show to help celebrate Memorial Day, July 4th, Veterans Day and during Women's History month.