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  • Carolyn Church

    Female Fighter Pilots - WW2 Waco Air Station (1944)

  • Emma Declerck

    Eight Women Airforce Service Pilots at Waco Army Air Field, Waco, Texas, gather on the ramp for a final group picture before disbandment in Dec. 1944 ~

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female pilot of the US women's air force service, 1943 • peter stackpole

Air Force Rustic/Primitive Art

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Eight WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots) at Waco Army Air Field, Waco, Texas, gather on the ramp for a final group picture before disbandment, December 1944. Back row from left: Anne Noggle, Evelyn Taylor, Doris Boothe and Kay Elliott. Front row from left: Clarice Siddall, Lorraine Zillner, Virginia Potthoff and Mary Regalbuto ~

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  • Chelsie Nowak

    Unless this is an old photo his rank is Senior Master Sergeant.

  • Andrea Moore

    There's a third stripe at the bottom which isn't supposed to be there. Maybe it's changed since then.

  • Junk Adds

    It has changed

  • Pam Massung

    the third stripe on top is a newer from the early 90s.