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WASP trainee pilot Shirley Slade on the cover of the 19 Jul 1943 issue of Life MagazineWAFS pilot Nancy Harkness Love in the cockpit of B-17 Flying Fortress bomber
WASP trainee pilot Shirley Slade on the cover of the 19 Jul 1943 issue of Life MagazineWAFS pilot Nancy Harkness Love in the cockpit of B-17 Flying Fortress bomber 'Queen Bee', circa Sep 1943
WASP pilots preparing to ferry A-25A Shrike aircraft, Aug-Dec 1943; note veteran WASP pilot Dora Dougherty at topAmerican pilot Margaret Ray in flying gear, date unknown
WASP pilots preparing to ferry A-25A Shrike aircraft, Aug-Dec 1943; note veteran WASP pilot Dora Dougherty at topAmerican pilot Margaret Ray in flying gear, date unknown
Cochran and Arnold, circa 1944Four WASP pilots in training in front of B-17 bomber
Cochran and Arnold, circa 1944Four WASP pilots in training in front of B-17 bomber 'Pistol Packin' Mama', Lockbourne, Ohio, United States, circa 1943-1945
Hazel Lee sitting in a trainer, 1944, photo 1 of 2Hazel Lee sitting in a trainer, 1944, photo 2 of 2
Hazel Lee sitting in a trainer, 1944, photo 1 of 2Hazel Lee sitting in a trainer, 1944, photo 2 of 2
Jackie Cochran with WASP trainees at Avenger Field, Texas, United States, 1943-44.Margaret Ray in an aircraft cockpit
Jackie Cochran with WASP trainees at Avenger Field, Texas, United States, 1943-44.Margaret Ray in an aircraft cockpit
Pilot Nancy Harkness Love and WAF co-pilot Betty Huyler Gillies, the first women to fly the B-17 Flying Fortress bomber, circa 1943-1945Portrait of Annabelle Craft, date unknown
Pilot Nancy Harkness Love and WAF co-pilot Betty Huyler Gillies, the first women to fly the B-17 Flying Fortress bomber, circa 1943-1945Portrait of Annabelle Craft, date unknown
WASP Betty Gillies flying a P-47 Thunderbolt, circa 1944, location unknown.WASP Nancy Love in the cockpit of Fairchild PT-19 trainer, circa 1944, location unknown.
WASP Betty Gillies flying a P-47 Thunderbolt, circa 1944, location unknown.WASP Nancy Love in the cockpit of Fairchild PT-19 trainer, circa 1944, location unknown.
WASP pilot Dawn Seymour at the controls of a B-17 Fortress, circa 1944, location unknown.WASP pilot Ellen Wimberly Campbell, 44-W-7, at the controls of a Beech AT-10 Wichita trainer, 1944. Location uncertain but likely Columbus Army Air Field, Columbus, Mississippi, United States.
WASP pilot Dawn Seymour at the controls of a B-17 Fortress, circa 1944, location unknown.WASP pilot Ellen Wimberly Campbell, 44-W-7, at the controls of a Beech AT-10 Wichita trainer, 1944. Location uncertain but likely Columbus Army Air Field, Columbus, Mississippi, United States.
WASP pilot Shirley Slade at the controls of a Martin B-26 Marauder bomber, 1944. Slade had a reputation for flying the difficult-to-handle airplanes like the P-39 Airacobra and the B-26 Marauder.WASP pilots at Laredo Army Air Force Base, Texas, United States, 22 Jan 1944; note B-26 Marauder, AT-6 Texan, and C-56 Lodestar aircraft in background
WASP pilot Shirley Slade at the controls of a Martin B-26 Marauder bomber, 1944. Slade had a reputation for flying the difficult-to-handle airplanes like the P-39 Airacobra and the B-26 Marauder.WASP pilots at Laredo Army Air Force Base, Texas, United States, 22 Jan 1944; note B-26 Marauder, AT-6 Texan, and C-56 Lodestar aircraft in background
Marie O’Dean “Deanie” Bishop in the cockpit of a basic trainer aircraft during her WASP training at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas, United States, 11 Mar 1944. Photo may be from her first solo flight.WASP pilot Barbara Erickson being awarded the Air Medal from the Army Air Forces Commanding General, Henry “Hap” Arnold, during the graduation ceremony for WASP cadet class 44-W-2, Avenger Field, Texas, 11 Mar 1944
Marie O’Dean “Deanie” Bishop in the cockpit of a basic trainer aircraft during her WASP training at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas, United States, 11 Mar 1944. Photo may be from her first solo flight.WASP pilot Barbara Erickson being awarded the Air Medal from the Army Air Forces Commanding General, Henry “Hap” Arnold, during the graduation ceremony for WASP cadet class 44-W-2, Avenger Field, Texas, 11 Mar 1944

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