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Lieutenant La'Shanda Holmes Shatters Glass Ceiling

La’Shanda Holmes was born poor in North Carolina. From the age of two she had an unstable life, constantly changing foster homes. She found a stable home when she turned 17 and decided she wanted to change her life around. 117 more words

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Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP)

It is no secret that men hegemonize the aviation industry. “Step back and let the men deal with it”; a thought that is cliché in the heads of women in modern society. 328 more words

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A competitive spirit

06.01.16–Danko is used to being the only woman in her flight classes. Her love for competition extends far beyond the cockpit to the main stage where she contended for the Miss ISU title. 26 more words

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A delay is better than a disaster 

Nick and I went to see Sully today at the cinema and I came out and thought I had to write about this (I’ll try not to spoil it for anyone who hasn’t seen it) 244 more words

Connection & Empowerment: Pilot Interaction Leaves Lasting Impression

At Endeavor Air, we know that every customer interaction is an opportunity to leave a lasting impression and deliver a positive experience for those we serve.  557 more words

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Endeavor Pilot Serves Her Country in 'Coolest' of Ways

It wouldn’t have taken a crystal ball to see how Jenny Hitzges’ life would pan out. Born in Dayton, Ohio – the birthplace of aviation – Jenny found herself obsessed with flying at an early age. 558 more words

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