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Antelope Valley Veterans’ Day Parades

http://avvparade.com (661) 547-2690 Vietnam Veteran talk about what the Antelope Valley Veteran’s Day parade means to them and the struggles they face 40 years after the war. http://ilivetoday.com

2010 Antelope Valley Veterans’ Day Parades 6, 2010, 10 a.m. -lass, along with 10 other women. Alter the women soloed in the 13-26, a telegram was sent to WashingQuartz Hill! 50th Street West from M-4 to L-8 Flora Belle soloed in a Fairchild PT-19 trainer. She had about six hours of night time when she switched to the Stearman PT-17 biplane trainer. Irma “Babe” Story After two months of training in Kansas, Babe graduated from 13-26 school, number one in her cton informing them of what the women had done. Marguerite “Ty” Killen joined the war effort when the WASP age requirement was dropped to 19, signed up for WASP training and graduated in August 1944. She flew a variety of aircraft, including the Stearman PT-17, AT-6 advanced trainer, Beechcraft AT-11, the Vultee BT-13, and was a copilot in a B-24..

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November 8, 2010 Posted by | Antelope Valley Veterans' Day Parades, Flora Belle, Irma "Babe" Story, Marguerite "Ty" Killen, Vietnam Veteran | , , | Leave a comment