Three WASPs on right wing of A-25 checking the flight plan before a tow mission. The Curtiss A-25 Shrike was a single-engine, two-seat dive bomber deemed to be too vulnerable to enemy fighters, and were therefore redesignated for use as trainers or light personnel and cargo transports. WASPs also used them to fly gunnery training missions.
Photo source: National Museum of the U.S. Air Force
Usage: Public Domain