During World War II, women stepped up into the jobs once held by enlisted men. They became mechanics, steel workers, plumbers and, for Deanie Parrish and 1,000 other women, pilots for the U.S. military. The Women's Air Force Service Pilots, known as the WASPs, helped train male pilots for combat, transported officers around the country, and allowed more men to serve overseas. But Deanie never talked much about her adventures in the air. Also in this show: Remember The Rohna.