YANKEE AIR MUSEUM’S

ROSIE THE RIVETERS

Commemorating the millions of women in World War Two who were collectively known as “Rosie the Riveter.” We work to preserve this legacy at Yankee Air Museum by bringing to life the role that women have played and continue to play in our nation’s aviation accomplishments, from the women who built airplanes in World War Two at the historic Willow Run bomber plant to the women driving innovation in aerospace today. If you would like to take part, fill out the form below. 

Photo credit: J. Lewis Photography

Photo credit: J. Lewis Photography

PARADE APPEARANCE

THE DRILL TEAM

The Rosie the Riviter Drill Team marches for honorarium donations to the Yankee Air Museum. One hundred percent of donations go to museum efforts to fulling the museum mission statement of inspiring generations through personal experiences to instill pride in our national aeronautics and aerospace accomplishments. Parade crowds love the Drill Team’s patriotic chants and songs! Our routines inspire pride in the United States of America and celebrate the strength of the women who helped bring victory to the Allies and for generations to come! Thank you for your interest – we look forward to wowing the crowds in your parade!  Please fill out the form below to help us understand how we can best support your parade.

EVENT REQUEST FOR

THE TRIBUTE ROSIES

The Tribute Rosies enjoy attending local events to raise awareness about Yankee Air Museum’s efforts to preserve and promote our nation’s aerospace and aeronautical accomplishments. Please fill out the form below to request Yankee Air Museum Tribute Rosies at your next event!

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