Elizabeth L. Gardner, WASP pilot, WWII. The Women's Airforce Service Pilots were a pioneering group of female volunteer pilots who ferried unarmed planes from factories and airbases in the US into war zones so male pilots could focus on combat flying.
Repinned | ROYAL AIR FORCE INTERWAR PERIOD (Q 68560) An RAF pilot's flying suit, showing parachute harness and note-pad with watch strapped to pilot's thigh. Circa early 1920s. Pilot's name might be M. V. McCudden, photograph taken at Farnsborough.