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Women of Courage By Marlene Rodriguez Ramey School As a student Ive always loved how women grew stronger and stronger in the 20th century They had no vote and no right to accomplish much but instead of giving up they when along and made their dreams come true proving that they were capable on doing whatever they wanted That attitude today shows me that even if you cant you still can if you want to I really love reading stories about World War II and how they lived through it Of all the stories this one really made me smile and thats why in this article Ill be sharing it with you The year was 1943 and a global war was powerful In the US all military pilots were needed for combat duty which left critical piloting jobs empty across the land Who would deliver the newly manufactured planes to their domestic bases Who would train new flight crews and drag targets for anti-aircraft practice test new planes and retest old ones The answer was us the women These elite pilots were the WASPs Civilians all they earned their wings so that they could undertake hazardous and sometimes deadly flight assignments Organized by the powerhouse air legend Jackie Cochran who fought right up to the top brass for these crack pilots the WASPs were determined to do their duty Sometimes that was in the face of male resistance and military ingratitude At the same time these young women loved their work They leapt at the chance to fly an array of fighter planes and even the big B-29 bombers that scared off many men They were an intrepid group whose service was as essential at the time as it was later overlooked As a child Marie Mountain was star struck with airplanes and aviation so the opportunity to fly with the WASP exceeded her wildest dreams It
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