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    Paths of two Air Force women ‘firsts’ crossed over Great Falls

    Paths of two Air Force women ‘firsts’ crossed over Great Falls

    GREAT FALLS, MT, UNITED STATES

    03.17.2016

    Photo by John Turner 

    341st Missile Wing Public Affairs

    Hazel Ying Lee, left, was one of approximately 1,100 civil service Women Airforce Service Pilots that flew Army aircraft during World War II and was the first Chinese-American woman to fly for the United States military. Pfc. Emma Jane Windham Burrows served in the U.S. Army Air Forces during the war and was the Women’s Army Corps’ first crew chief and aerial engineer. Great Falls, Mont., is significant to both of their stories. (U.S. Air Force graphic/John Turner)

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    IMAGE INFO

    Date Taken: 03.17.2016
    Date Posted: 12.13.2016 10:37
    Photo ID: 3055730
    VIRIN: 160315-F-CX339-003
    Resolution: 2075x1482
    Size: 401.01 KB
    Location: GREAT FALLS, MT, US 

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