Jacqueline Cochran

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26060M
$2,295.00
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Jacqueline Cochran American pilot and business executive who set many records and was the first woman to break the sound barrier, which she did on May 18, 1953. She was a pioneer in the field of women’s aviation and one of the most prominent racing pilots in history. She is best known as the wartime head of the Women Airfare Service Pilots (WASP), leading 1,000 civilian American women flew planes from factories to port cities in 1943-44 to help the war effort. Here is a scarce 5”x3” signed card by Jacqueline Cochran with images of this remarkable woman aviator. 
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