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Let's just talk about Miss FLO…queen of the aviator cool style! Florence Lowe "Pancho" Barnes (J.

In 1928, Aviatrix Elinor Smith, then 16, earned national recognition as the youngest pilot to receive a license from the FAA. Orville Wright signed her license. Smith is the first -- and only -- pilot to fly under all four bridges over the East River in NYC.

In Aviatrix Elinor Smith, then earned national recognition as the youngest pilot to receive a license from the FAA. Orville Wright signed her license. Smith is the first -- and only -- pilot to fly under all four New York East River bridges.

Jean Gardner Batten CBE OSC was a New Zealand aviatrix. Born in Rotorua, she became the best-known New Zealander of the 1930s, internationally, by taking a number of record-breaking solo flights across the world. She flew from England to Australia.

Jean Gardner Batten CBE OSC was a New Zealand aviatrix. Born in Rotorua, she became the best-known New Zealander of the internationally, by taking a number of record-breaking solo flights across the world.

At the time of her death in 1980, Jacqueline Cochran held more speed, altitude, and distance records than any other male or female pilot in aviation history... (Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum: Women in Aviaition and Space History)

At the time of her death in Jacqueline Cochran held more speed, altitude, and distance records than any other male or female pilot in aviation history. (Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum: Women in Aviaition and Space History)

Florence Lowe "Pancho" Barnes

Florence "Pancho" Barnes was one of the most important women in Century aviation. A tough and fearless aviatrix, Pancho was a rival of Amelia Earhart's who made a name for herself as Hollywood's first female stunt pilot.

Amelia Earhart, a heroic character no one will forget. Her adventurous spirit matched a fashionable figure. She is definitely an icon to look up to, and be inspired by.

Amelia Mary Earhart was an American aviation pioneer and author. Earhart was the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. She received the U. Distinguished Flying Cross for this record.

Matilde Moisant was the second woman in the United States to receive a pilot's license. Moisant learned to fly at her brother Albert's Moisant Aviation School on Long Island, along with aviator Harriet Quimby, and earned her license on August 13, 1911.

Matilde Moisant, was the second woman in the United States to receive a pilot's license. She flew in aviation meets throughout the US and Mexico until the early spring of Pictured here, wearing a (pre-WWII) swastika brooch as a good luck charm.

Nancy Nesbit, Pilot Trainee in Women's Flying Training Detachment, Sweetwater, TX

Interesting Photos of Women in World War II Nancy Nesbit, a pilot trainee in the Women's Flying Training Detachment checks with the control tower from the cockpit of her single engine Army trainer at Avenger Field in Texas

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