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NNancy Love (left) and Betty Gillies in 1943, the first women to fly the B-17 Flying Fortress heavy bomber; the two WAFS were set to ferry a B-17 to England when their flight was cancelled by General "Hap" Arnold (US Air Force photo: 118306 AC)

Nancy Love (left) and Betty Gillies in 1943, the first women to fly the B-17 Flying Fortress heavy bomber; the two WAFS were set to ferry a B-17 to England when their flight was cancelled by General “Hap” Arnold (US Air Force photo: 118306 AC)

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