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A group of seven Women in the Air Force (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 Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP), unidentified Women in the Air Force (WAFs), and an unidentified 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."

Wilhelmina M. Teerling, a member of the Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP), smiles back at the camera from the cockpit of a BT-13A.

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

Class of 1943 Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) Wilhelmina M. Teerling sits in a PT-19 at Avenger Field, WASP training grounds.
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