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    Museum Lecture Series 01: Early Women Pilots in World War II in the Ferrying Division

    Museum Lecture Series 01: Early Women Pilots in World War II in the Ferrying Division

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    DAYTON, OH, UNITED STATES

    11.17.2005

    Audio by NMUSAF PA 

    National Museum of the U.S. Air Force

    One of only 25 women who qualified as pilots for the original Women’s Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron, Florene Miller Watson discusses her experiences before, during and after World War II. She served as a flight instructor and taught men to fly in the War Training Program in Texas and was later made the commanding officer over the WAFS-WASPs stationed at Love Field, Texas. When WWII was finally over, Watson had flown every fighter, cargo plane, bomber and training aircraft in the Air Corps inventory.

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    AUDIO INFO

    Date Taken: 11.17.2005
    Date Posted: 09.11.2015 10:45
    Category: Newscasts
    Audio ID: 42071
    Filename: 1509/DOD_102722852.mp3
    Length: 01:12:50
    Album Museum Lecture Series
    Track # 01
    Location: DAYTON, OH, US 

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