By Woman Pilot staff writer Major Nicole M. E. Malachowski, the first female demonstration pilot on the U.S. Air Force Air Demonstration Squadron “Thunderbirds”, performed her first public performance with the team in March 2006. Major Malachowski flies the No. 3 jet as the right wing pilot in the diamond formation. As a member of […]
Canadian artist Cher Hogan captures Angie Korzinski working on a Beech 18 in her painting “Personal Touch”
Shuttle flight STS-98 rose from the Kennedy Space Center into space on February 7, 2001 at 6:13:02 PM in one of the most spectacular launches ever with a crew of five including Marsha Ivins.
Not so long ago, some believed that women should stay in their kitchens. But little did they know what these kitchens would become!
Did you ever wonder what would be more fun than flying? The answer is – flying an aircraft you built yourself!
With the Whirly Girls, you don’t have to look far to find a historical “who’s who” of women in aviation