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Noelle Salazar

Noelle Salazar is a lifelong resident of the Pacific Northwest and a lifelong storyteller. In 2011, Noelle discovered a book about the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) of World War II, which set off six years of research into the program, the women who were part of it, and what their service meant to their country. She has met and interviewed some of the last living WASPs as well as their family members, and visited the training facility – now a museum dedicated to the WASP – in Sweetwater, Texas. Her debut novel, The Flight Girls, shines a light on this little-known piece of history.
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