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Amelia Earhart, 1940. Earhart is probably the most famous female pilot in aviation history, due both to her aviation career and her mysterious disappearance. She promoted "airmindedness" at a time when most people were skeptical about airplanes as a form of transportation. Her confident personal and media presence reached millions in the 1920s and 1930s and still resonates today. SI-78-16945

Jocelyn Howarth and Nancy Bird, ca. 1930-33 Nancy Bird Walton was born in Sydney in 1915. In 1933, at the age of 17, she became the youngest Australian woman to gain a pilot's license. One year later she obtained her commercial license. In 1937-38 she operated a charter service in Queensland followed by a 2 year world tour studying civil aviation. In 1950 she founded the Australian Women's Pilots' Association.

Vintage Aviation Pilot Sign.....saluting goodbye before hopping on her plane

Navy nurse aviation uniform, 1948

!_All things Military (esp. U.S. Navy)
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!_All things Military (esp. U.S. Navy)

US Navy Aviation Machinist's Mate polishing the propeller of a SOC Seagull floatplane at Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Florida, United States, circa 1940-41

F4U-5N Corsair nightfighter in flight, late 1940s; seen in Nov 1949 issue of US Navy publication Naval Aviation News