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Not All Aviation Firsts Belong to Pilots

So often when we look at aviation history we make note of groundbreaking firsts made by pilots.  But what of those who stay on the ground?  Those individuals are just as vital to aviation, especially since they are the ones … Continue reading

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Gone West: Bay Area Native Maggie Gee, former WASP

This past Friday, February 1, 2013, the aviation community lost a treasured pilot.  Margaret “Maggie” Gee, a former WASP, passed away on Friday, February 1, at the age of eighty-nine.  A truly unique individual, Maggie served as only one of … Continue reading

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