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18 mujeres aviadoras que conquistaron los cielos

Te compartimos algunas fotografías que capturan momentos importantes de las mujeres aviadoras que marcaron la historia.

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Photo Gallery: Stylish Pilots of the Early 20th Century

Amy Johnson (1903-1942) pioneering English aviator. The first aviatrix, to fly solo 11,000 miles (18,000 km) from England to Australia (in a Gipsy Moth), with a co-pilot she flew London to Moscow in one day, and then across Siberia and on to Tokyo, setting a record time for flying from Britain to Japan


USAF F-16 instructor pilot - Maj. Windy Hendrick - #Female #Pilots #USAF. Well…


Mujeres pilotos de la segunda guerra mundial

A tribute to the WASP of WWII, Women Airforce Service Pilots, first women in history to fly America's military aircraft. Description from I searched for this on


La Caja de Pandora: Abuelas aviadoras, pioneras de los derechos de las...

World War II: Women at War

Margaret Bourke-White was hired as the first female photojournalist for Life Magazine in 1935. She was the first female war correspondent and the first woman allowed to work in combat zones during WWII, documenting the atrocities of the death camps.


Nancy Harkness Love, September 22, 1942. With the approach of World War II, Love recognized the coming need for pilots to ferry aircraft and identified highly qualified women pilots who could perform such duties. In September 1942, the Army Air Corps' Air Transport Command approved the creation of a temporary, civilian women's flying corps, the Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron (WAFS), under her direction. She is pictured here leaning against a Fairchild PT-19A. SI-96-15604


Lillian Kinkella Keil, flight nurse during two wars, made 250 evacuation flights (23 of which were transatlantic) during World War II and 175 evacuation flights during the Korean War, becoming one of the most decorated women in US military history.