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Laura Houghtaling Ingalls
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Laura Houghtaling Ingalls, famed female pilot in the '30's, convicted and jailed as German Agent in the '40's. Granddaughter of David Harrison Houghtaling.
Members of the WASP (Women Airforce Service Pilots) are pictured at Lockbourne Army Air Field in World War II.
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Female WWII Pilots. The Original Flygirls woman pilot plane wasps women airforce service pilots
#Photography #History - #1943, The Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron (WAFS) & the Women’s Flying Training Detachment (WFTD) merged under the #leadership of Jacqueline Cochran formed the Women Airforce Service #Pilots (WASP). Over 25,000 #women applied, 1,830 served performing crucial & dangerous missions, & 38 died. (Photo: Four female #pilots leaving their ship, Pistol Packin' Mama, at the four engine school at Lockbourne AAF, Ohio. U.S. Air Force.)
"During World War II, a select group of young women pilots became pioneers, heroes, and role models...They were the Women Airforce Service Pilots, WASP, the first women in history trained to fly American military aircraft."
Women pilots during WWII. These ladies were known as the WASP (NOT WASPs). The Women Airforce Service Pilots.
Theodore G. Ellyson and Glenn Curtiss. Hammondsport, Annapolis, S D 1911-1912.
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Betty Jane Williams
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Betty Williams, WASP engineering test pilot, shortly after landing a P-40N upon completion of a test flight, Randolph Field, San Antonio, Texas, November 1944.
Partners in winning the war - National Women's History Museum
Charles Lindbergh (1902-1974) was an American pilot and the first man to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.Lindbergh's solo transatlantic flight in 1927 made him one of America's early celebrity heroes. He received a New York ticker-tape parade, and newspapers breathlessly covered his every move. I chose this photo because it shows his success as a pilot.