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Monday Morning Inspiration: First American Woman in Space

Sally Ride

Photo Courtesy: NASA

Sally Ride was born on May 26th, 1951 in Encino, CA. Older of two daughters, her interest in science grew at an early age.

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Happy International Women's Day

Avani Chaturvedi

Source: Indianwomenblog.org

There was a news item earlier this week that Indian Women Pilots have surpassed the global average. I had written a brief article…

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Today in Women’s Transportation History – 1931: An Aviation Legend is Born — Transportation History

Geraldyn “Jerrie” M. Cobb, a well-established female trailblazer of the skies, was born in Norman, Oklahoma. Her father was a pilot and, with his encouragement, she developed a strong interest in aviation at an early age.

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Monday Morning Inspiration: Blanche Stuart Scott

First Women to Fly

Blanche Scott was the first women to drive across the United States and the first women to fly.

Born in 1889, Blanche Scott’s life spanned from the era of airplane invention, to seeing the first man walk on the moon.

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Day One as a Flight Instructor

So today was day one as an instructor at ATP.

Just a little background, I started at ATP with 0 time and finished the program in around 11 months. 413 more words



“Four shirts, four pairs of pants, a snow machine suit, and I’m still cold.”  Thus began my journal, on this this day in 2000. I was in Fairbanks, Alaska, flying a 1946 McDonald Douglas DC-4 delivering fuel to remote villages.  837 more words

An Interview with Sarah Kalmeta

Women in Aviation – Singapore interviewed Ms. Sarah Kalmeta (right). A professional in the business aviation industry, she is the regional director of operations at APAC at Universal Weather and Aviation Inc. 632 more words