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Radar Girls: a novel of WWII

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Sara Ackerman

n extraordinary story inspired by real female airstrike defenses, an unlikely recruit and her sisters established their place in the history of World War II. Daisy Wilder (Daisy Wilder) prefers horse company to people and prefers bare feet and saltwater to high heels and social gatherings. Then, in the dazzling aftermath of the Pearl Harbor attack, Daisy participated in a top-secret plan to replace male soldiers in a war zone for the first time. Fearing the upcoming invasion, WARD guided the pilots into the blackout airstrip and tracked the unknown aircraft over the Pacific Ocean. But not everyone thinks that women are qualified for this job. New employees must overcome differences and work side by side, despite the resistance and heartache along the way. The future of America is at stake, and Daisy is determined to prove her worth. With the man she is obsessed with on the front line, she can't fail. 

From radar towers on remote mountaintops to flooded air-raid shelters, she will need her new team when the risk is highest. Because the most important battles are fought together, and they are fought together. The story of this inspiring, exhilarating pioneer and unsung heroine brings readers vividly to wartime Hawaii, where a woman's call for responsibility has made her find courage, strength, and sisterhood.