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Capt. Aimee "Rebel" Fiedler (right), an F-16 pilot from Shaw Air Force Base, S.C., and Maj. Kristin "Beo" Wolfe, an F-35A demo team pilot from Hill Air Force Base, Utah talk casually in from of an F-35A Lightning II parked at Portland Air National Guard Base, Ore, May 19, 2022. These pilots are set to perform in this year's Oregon International Air Show in Hillsboro, May 20-22, where the theme is women in aviation. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Alexander Frank)
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Shirley Slade Was One Of More Than 1000 Women Who Had Been Solicited By The U.S. Government To Enter An Intensive Seven-Month Training Course That Would Make Them The First Female Pilots To Enter The…
Severe pilot shortages of World War II led to the recruitment of women into the Air Force. By recruiting women, the Air Force could maintain delivery of aircraft, ferry supplies, and perform other non-combative functions that fueled the war efforts. Collectively, the group would become known as WASPs: Women Airforce Service Pilots. As the war wound down, men returning from combat took the WASPs' places as active-duty pilots. Slade was trained to fly the B-26 and B-39. Photo of Casey Drabble…
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