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Wonderful Israeli girls - if American girls want to be in combat, they should look to these ladies for an example

Wonderful Israeli girls - if American girls want to be in combat, they should look to these ladies for an example

Obit of the Day: Night Witch On October 8, 1941 the Soviet armed forces created three all-women aviation regiments. One was for fighters, one for dive bombers, and one for night bombers. The latter were called the 48th Taman Guards Night Bomber Aviation Regiment and they were legendary. The women of the 48th Regiment were trained to fly bombing missions behind German lines in the dead of night. The dangerous missions were made more so by the poor equipment provided for the women. The…

Obit of the Day: Night Witch On October 1941 the Soviet armed forces created three all-women aviation regiments. One was for fighters, one for dive bombers, and one for night bombers.

IRAN. WW2. Near Kazvin. A Soviet soldier at the meeting of the British flying column and units of Russian armour on the road to Kazvin. 1941.

Near Kazvin. A Soviet soldier at the meeting of the British flying column and units of Russian armour on the road to Kazvin.

Guards Lieutenant Nikolay Ivanov, senior pilot of the 59th Guards Ground Attack Aviation Regiment, 2nd Guards Assault Aviation Division, 16th Air Army, Hero of the Soviet Union.

Guards Lieutenant Nikolay Ivanov, senior pilot of the Guards Ground Attack Aviation Regiment, Guards Assault Aviation Division, Air Army, Hero of the Soviet Union.

Gunner Guard Yefim Costin, who was awarded the Order of the Red Star. Leningrad Front, August 1944.

Gunner Guard soldier Yefim Costin, who was awarded the Order of the Red Star.

women of wwii | Women Pilots of World War-II

In Second World War,women were allowed to participate in civilian pilot training program and were trained to fly non-combat missions .

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Soviet Air Force officer, Hero of the Soviet Union Rufina Gasheva (flew 848 night missions as navigator in a

Lt. Col. Merryl Tengesdal stands in front of a U-2 Feb. 9, 2015, at Beale Air Force Base, Calif. Tengesdal is the only black female U-2 pilot in history.  - #Female #Pilots #U2

Merryl Tengesdal stands in front of a Feb. at Beale Air Force Base, Calif. Tengesdal is the only black female pilot in history.

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