Pioneering female pilot who flew Spitfires during Second World War and became magazine cover girl dies aged 91
Fearless: Maureen clocked up more than 800 hours flying during the Second World War
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Maureen Dunlop (aged 24), an Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) pilot, in front of a Fairey Barracuda, September 1944.
The service and dress uniforms worn in the US Army Nurse Corps in WWII.
Helen Richey was Amelia Earhart's copilot on one flight across the Atlantic. She became the first woman hired to be a pilot by a commercial airline in the US. She was the first woman licensed as an aviation instructor. She was the first woman to fly a scheduled mail flight. During WWII she commanded a group of women pilots for the British Air Transport Auxiliary, flying bombs between factories and airbases. She died by suicide at age 38