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  • Cheryl Dowdell

    Tuskegee AirWomen, 1940s

  • Sherelle Williams

    From Facebook - "Pin-Ups For Vets" page 6/2014. Tuskegee Air Women, 1940s. Assigned as weather observers and forecasters, cryptographers, radio operators, repairwomen, sheet metal workers, parachute riggers, link trainer instructors, bombsite maintenance specialists, aerial photograph analysts and control tower operators in the Air Corps. A big salute to this very special group of ladies who served our Country well!!!

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