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JANE DOLORES CHAMPLIN entered flight training to become a WASP at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas on February 21, 1943.On the night of June 7, she and her instructor were killed in a BT-15 while on a training flight near Avenger Field.

 

SUSAN PARKER CLARKE  entered WASP flight training at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas in September, 1943 and graduated on March 11, 1944. Shewas then stationed with the 33rdFerrying Groupat Fairfax Field, Kansas City, Missouri. She lost her life on July 4, 1944 when the BT-13 she was ferrying crashed near Columbia, South Carolina.

MARJORIE LAVERNE DAVIS learned to fly in Sparks, Nevada, and entered training to become a WASP at Avenger field, Sweetwater, Texas in June, 1944. She was killed on the night of October 16, 1944 while on a cross country training flight in an AT-6 near Walnut, Mississippi.

 

KATHERINE ‘KAY’ APPLEGATE DUSSAQ entered flight training to become a WASP at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas on August 9, 1943, and graduated on February 11, 1944. Her first duty station was Sioux Falls Army Air Base, Sioux Falls, South Dakota.She was then transferred to Randolph Army Air Base, San Antonio, Texas (HQ/CFTC)), then to Fort Worth, Texas (FTC, Hq.) She was killed when the AT-6 she was flying on an administrative cross-country flight crashed on the night of November 26, 1944 near New Carlisle, Ohio.

MARJORIE DORIS EDWARDS entered WASP flight training at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas on December 7, 1943. She died in the crash of an AT-6 near Childress, Texas, while on a cross-country training flight.

 

JAYNE ELIZABETH ERICKSON  reported for WASP flight training to Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas in January, 1944. While flying an AT-6, she was killed in a mid-air collision in the traffic pattern at Avenger on April 16, 1944.

 

CORNELIA FORT reported for duty as a WAFS in October, 1942. She lost her life on March 21, 1943 in a mid-air collision near Abilene, Texas, while on a ferrying mission in a BT-13. Cornelia was the first casualty of an American woman pilot on active duty.

FRANCES FORTUNE GRIMES entered WASP flighttraining atHouston Municipal Airport, Houston, Texas on January 15, 1943 and graduated at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas, July 3, 1943. Her active duty assignment was to the 5th FG/ATC at Love Field, Dallas, Texas. She was killed shortly after take-off from Otis Field, Massachusetts in an A-24 attack bomber on March 27, 1944.

MARY E. HARTSON  entered flight training to become a WASP on April 6, 1943 at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas and was graduated on September 11, 1943. She was progressively stationed at four different bases: Dodge City Army Air Base, Kansas; Coffeyville ArmyAir Base, Kansas; Independence Army Air Field, Kansas and Perrin Army Air Base, Sherman, Texas. She was killed on August 14, 1944, while flight testing a BT-13 at Perrin.

MARY HOLMES HOWSON began herflight training to become a WASP on November 1, 1943 at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas. While returning from a cross-country flight in a PT-19, Mary was killed in a mid-air collision in the traffic pattern at Avenger Field, on April 16, 1944-- just three weeks before her scheduled graduation.

EDITH ‘EDY’ CLAYTON KEENE arrived at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas to begin training to become a WASP, and graduated on February 11, 1944. She was assigned to Hondo Army Air Field, Hondo, Texas and later transferred to Moore Army Air Base, Mission, Texas. She was killed on April 25, 1944 while on a routine flight in an AT-6 that crashed near Mission.

KATHRYN BARBARA LAWRENCE entered training to become a WASP at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas on July 10. 1943. She was killed on August 4, 1943, while flying a PT-19 on a routine training flight at Avenger Field.

HAZEL YING LEE entered WASP flight training on February 21, 1943 and graduated from Avenger Field,Sweetwater, Texas on August 7, 1943. She was assigned to the 3rdFerrying Group, Romulus, Michigan. While flying a P-63, she was killed in a mid-air collision on the final approach at Great Falls, Montana, November 23, 1944.

PAULA RUTH LOOP began her training to become a WASP on December 19, 1942 at Houston Municipal Airport, Houston, Texas and graduated at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas on May 28, 1943. She was then stationed at Romulus Army Air Base, Michigan, with the 3rd FG/ATC, as a ferry pilot. She was killed in the crash of a BT-13 near Medford, Oregon on July 7, 1944, while on a ferrying mission.

ALICE E. LOVEJOY entered WASP flight training at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas. She graduated on September 11, 1943. Her first assignment was to the 3rdFerrying Group,Romulus, Michigan, later being transferred for pursuit training to Brownsville, Texas. During a training mission near Brownsville on September 13, 1944, she was killed in a mid-air collision in an AT-6.

LEA OLA McDONALD entered WASP flight training at Houston Municipal Airport, Houston,Texas on January 15, 1943. She graduated at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas on April 5, 1944. After graduation, she was stationed at Biggs Army Air Field, El Paso, Texas, and was killed while flying an A-24 attack bomber on a practice flight on June 21, 1944.

PEGGY WILSON MARTIN entered flight training to become a WASP on November 1, 1943 at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas, and graduated on May 23, 1944. She was stationed at Marianna Army Air Base, Marianna, Florida. She was killed while engineering test flying a BT-13 on October 3, 1944.

VIRGINIA C. MOFFATT reported to the Houston Municipal Airport, Houston, Texas on December 19, 1942 to begin her flight training to become a WASP, and was in the first class of womento graduate at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas, May 28, 1943. She was then assigned to the 6th Ferrying Group, Long Beach Army Air Base, California. She was killed while flying a BT-15 on a routine flight, 5 October 1943.

BEVERLY JEAN MOSES entered training to become a WASP on December 7, 1943 and graduated on June 27, 1944 at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas. She was stationed at Las Vegas Army Air Field, Nevada. While flying as the co-pilot inan AT-11, she was killed in a crash in the mountains near Las Vegas on July 18, 1944.

DOROTHY MAE ‘DOTTIE’ NICHOLS  reported to the Houston Municipal Airport, Houston, Texas on December 19, 1942 to train to become a WASP. She was a member of the first class to graduate at AvengerField, Sweetwater, Texas on May 28, 1943. She was assigned to the 6thFerrying Group at Long Beach Army Air Field, California. While ferrying a P-39 from Buffalo, New York, she was killed just aftertake-off outside Bismarck, North Dakota on June 11, 1944.

JEANNE LEWELLEN NORBECK entered WASP flight training at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas in October, 1943 and graduated on April 15, 1944. She was assigned to Shaw Army Air Base, Sumpter, South Carolina (BT-13 Modification Center), and was killed there on October 16, 1944, while flight testing a BT-13.

MARGARET SANFORD OLDENBURG was the first trainee fatality in the WASP program. She began her flight training to become a WASP at Houston Municipal Airport, Houston, Texas on February 21, 1943. She was killed on a routine training flight in a PT-19 on March 7, 1943 at the training base at Houston.

MABEL VIRGINIA RAWLINSON reported to Houston Municipal Airport, Houston, Texas on January 15, 1943 to begin her flight training to become a WASP. She graduated from Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas on July 3, 1943. She was thenassigned to a tow-target squadron at Camp Davis Army Air Field, North Carolina. She was killed in the crash of an A-24 attack bomber on August 23, 1943.

GLEANNA ROBERTS entered training at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas in June, 1944 to become a WASP. On June 20, 1944, she was killed while on a routine training flight in a PT-17 near Lorraine, Texas.

MARIE MICHELL ROBINSON began her flight training to become a WASP at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas in September, 1943 and graduated on March 11, 1944. She was stationed with the 5thFerrying Group at Love Field, Dallas, Texas, and later transferred to the Bombardier Training School, Victorville, California. On October 2, 1944, Marie was killed when the B-25 she was co-piloting crashed in the mountains near Victorville, California.

BETTIE MAE SCOTT entered flight training to become a WASP in October, 1943 at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas and graduated on April 15, 1944. She was stationed at Waco Army Air Field, Waco, Texas, a Basic Flying Training School. She was killed while flight testing aBT-13 on July 8, 1944.

DOROTHY E. SCOTT entered the WAFS in October, 1942. She wasfirst assigned to the 5thFerrying Division, Love Field, Dallas, Texas and later transferred for pursuit training to Palm Springs Army Air Base, California. While flying with her instructor in an AT-6, she was killed in a mid-air collision on December 3, 1943.

MARGARET JUNE ‘PEGGY’ SEIP entered flight training atAvenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas on April 6, 1943 to become a WASP. She, together with her instructor and a fellow class-mate, was killed in the crash of a UC-78 near Big Springs, Texas, August 30, 1943, on a routine training flight.

HELEN JO ANDERSON SEVERSON reported to Avenger Field,Sweetwater, Texas on April 6, 1943 to begin her training to become aWASP. She, together with her instructor and a fellow class-mate, was killed on a routine training flight in a UC-78 near Big Springs, Texas, August 30, 1943.

MARIE ETHEL SHARON began her training to become a WASP on February 14, 1943 at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas. She graduated from Avenger Field on August 7, 1943. She was then stationed at Long Beach Army Air Base, California and assigned to the 6thFerrying Group. She and her instructor were killed on April 10, 1944 near Tecumseh, Nebraska, whileflying a B-25 on a night flying instrument training mission.

EVELYN SHARP entered the WAFS inOctober, 1942. She was assigned to the 2nd Ferrying Group, New Castle Army Air Base, Wilmington, Delaware. She was killed on April 3, 1944 when an engine on the P-38 she wasferrying failed on take-off at New Cumberland, Pennsylvania (Evelyn was one of the most experienced women pilots in America, with 2,968 hours of flying time when she entered the WAFS.)

BETTY PAULINE STINE entered training to become a WASP at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas in September, 1943. On February 25, 1944,during her last cross-country flight before graduation, she was killed when she was forced to bail out of her AT-6 over the mountains near Tucson, Arizona.

MARIAN TOEVS began her training to become a WASP at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas on July 10, 1943 and graduated December 17, 1943. She was stationed at a Basic Flying Training School at Lemoore Army Air Base, Lemoore,California. She was killed near San Jose, California, while flying a BT-13 from Lemoore to Fresno, California on February 18, 1944.

GERTRUDE TOMPKINS-SILVER reported to Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas in June, 1943 tobegin her training to become a WASP. She graduated on November 13, 1943. She was stationed at Love Field,Dallas, Texas, with the 5th Ferrying Group. After departing on a ferrying mission from Los Angeles, California in a P-51 for the East Coast, she never arrived, and no traces of her were ever found. (She is the only WASP not accounted for.)

MARY ELIZABETH TREBING reported for WASP training at AvengerField, Sweetwater, Texas on February 21, 1943, and graduated on August 7, 1943. She was stationed at Love Field, Dallas Texas, with the 5thFerrying Group. She was killed on November 7, 1943, when the PT-19 she was ferrying crashed southeast of Blanchard, Oklahoma.

MARY LOUISE WEBSTER went into training to become a WASP at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas in March, 1944 and graduated on October 16, 1944. She was stationed with the 33rdTraining Wing of the AFTS SE at Frederick Army Air Field, Frederick, Oklahoma. She was killed on December 9, 1944, while flying as co-pilot in a UC-78.

BONNIE JEAN ALLOWAY WELZ reported for training to become a WASP on Easter Sunday, April 25, 1943 at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas. She graduated and became a WASP on October 9, 1943. Bonnie was sent to Dodge City, Kansas for B-26 training, and was then stationed at Harlingen Army Air Field, Harlingen, Texas, (a B-26 Flexible Gunnery School ) She was killed in the crash of a BT-13 near Randado, Texas,while on an administrative flight.

BETTY TAYLOR WOOD began her training to become a WASP at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas on February 14, 1943, and graduated at Avenger on August 7, 1943. She was assigned to Camp Davis Army Air Field, Camp Davis, North Carolina, an Anti-Aircraft Artillery School. She was killed in the crash landing of an A-24 attack bomber on September 23, 1943.

 

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killed 264 MILLION Christians in WWII

killed 64 million Christians in Russia

holocaust denier extraordinaire--denying the Armenian holocaust

millions dead in the Middle East

tens of millions of dead Christians

LOST $1.2 TRILLION in Pentagon
spearheaded torture & sodomy of all non-jews
millions dead in Iraq

42 dead, mass murderer Goldman LOVED by jews

serial killer of 13 Christians

the REAL terrorists--not a single one is an Arab

serial killers are all jews

framed Christians for anti-semitism, got caught
left 350 firemen behind to die in WTC

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mother of all fnazis, certified mentally ill

10,000 Whites DEAD from one jew LIE

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