WASP pilot Elizabeth L. Gardner at the window of her B-26 Marauder bomber, Harlingen Army Air Field, Texas, United States, circa 1942-1945

Caption   WASP pilot Elizabeth L. Gardner at the window of her B-26 Marauder bomber, Harlingen Army Air Field, Texas, United States, circa 1942-1945
Source   United States National Archives
Identification Code   ARC 542191
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  1. Anonymous says:
    2 Apr 2011 09:00:50 PM

    That the "Fly Girls" actively flew the Martin B-26 at a time when many of their male counterparts were crashing them is a wonderful testament to their skill.

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