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A group of seven WAFS walk side by side toward a large military plane on an airfield. Among those walking are K. Bernheim, G. Tubbs, D. Fulton, B.Gillies, H. McGilvery, T. James and N. Batson.

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Famous aviatrix Jacqueline (Jackie) Cochran stands in front her plane that is adorned with a victory wreath.

Aviatrix Jacqueline (Jackie) Cochran standing in the cockpit of a T-38 plane.

A group consisting of Jacqueline (Jackie) Cochran, Betty Gillis, Helen McGilvery, unidentified WASPS, WAFS and a uniformed military man.

WASP founder Jacqueline (Jackie) Cochran salutes from the cockpit of a Seversky before taking off for a long distance record flight.

Aviatrix Jacqueline Cochran and Northrop T-38 Talon supersonic twin-jet trainer she flew 844.2 miles per hour to a new world's 15 kilometer speed record for women August 24, 1961 at Edwards Air Force Base, California.

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WASP Class of '43-7 Wilhelmina M. Teerling sits in the cockpit of the large B-25 T-635 plane called "Wah-Hoo-Wah."

WASP Wilhelmina M. Teerling smiles back at the camera from the cockpit of a BT-13A.

Wilhelmina M. Teerling poses for her class photo. She started her WASP training as a member of the class of 43-W-5 and graduated in the class of 43-W-7.

Class of 1943 WASP Wilhelmina M. Teerling sits in a PT-19 at Avenger Field, WASP training grounds.
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