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Just released Perfect for brave veteran _ Grab it fast before we sold out from the link in bio @veteranfamily_love _ Women's tee, mugs, hoodies are also available Double Tap the pic Follow @veteranfamily_love DM us veteran pics Keep loving and respecting U.S veterans #americanveterans #veterans #usveterans #usmilitary #usarmy #supportveterans #honorvets #usvets #america #usa #patriot #uspatriot #americanpatriot #supportourtroops #godblessourtroops #ustroops #americantroops #semperfi #military #remembereveryonedeployed #deployed #starsandstripes #americanflag #usflag #respecttheflag #marines #navy #airforce #reenlistment#greenlivesmatter

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Follow my friends, @speedbird.concorde @fightersweekly @_fighterjets_ @jetafterburner @lvjackpilot @air_military_power @__wings_of_glory__ @gurra747 @sam.taylor.military @usafjets @international_aircraft_pics @international_aircraft @us_air_power @jeffgpilot @jaybravo22 #full_afterburner #usaf #airforce #usn #usnavy #raf #rcaf #topgun #fighterjets #usa #uk #avporn #military #aircraft #fighter #fighteraircraft #avgeek #fighterpilot #cargoaircraft #loadmaster #boomer #aviation #airplane #nlavy #usmc #jet #militaryaircraft #f35 #f22 #b1

Follow my friends,  @spee

Follow my friends, @speedbird.concorde @fightersweekly @jetafterburner @lvjackpilot @air_military_power @__wings_of_glory__ @gurra747 @sam.taylor.military @usafjets @international_aircraft_pics @international_aircraft @us_air_power @jeffgpilot @jaybravo22 #full_afterburner #usaf #airforce #usn #usnavy #raf #rcaf #topgun #fighterjets #usa #uk #avporn #military #aircraft #fighter #fighteraircraft #avgeek #fighterpilot #cargoaircraft #loadmaster #boomer #aviation #airplane #nlavy #usmc #jet #militaryaircraft #f35 #f22 #b1

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Here you can see Soviet long range jet bombers from earliest one (Tu-16 is above) up to latest one (Tu-22M at the bottom). Tu-22 in the middle of them. They could carry bombs and long range rockets as well. You can see them in Monino museum Russia. Partnership @warplan3s @warthuru @worldofnavys #airforce #airforces #warbird #warbirds #warplanes #warplane #museums #museum #instaaviation #instaplane #instagramaviation #aviationgeek #planespotter #aviationnerd #planeporn #jetfighter #jets #fighterjet #fighterjets #planes #airplanes #aviationporn #avnerd #aeroplane #avion #flugzeug #igaviation #militaryaircraft #militaryaviation

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1976 ylnda Almanya'da dnyaya geldi. 1993 ylndaKadky Kz Lisesi'nden, 1998 ylndaHava Harp Okulu'ndan mezun oldu.1998-2000 yllar arasnda 2. Ana Jet s Komutanl'nda pilotaj eitimini tamamlad ve 2004 ylna kadar Konya 3. Ana Jet s Komutanl 132'inci Filo Komutanl'nda F-5 Av nleme pilotu olarak grev yapt.2010 ylndan itibaren retmen Pilot olarak grevine devam eden zatay, 2014 ylnda ar ad "Trk Yldzlar" olan134'nc Akrotim Filo Komutanl'na katlarak Trk Yldzlar'nn ilk kadn yesi oldu.2016'da Filo Komutan olarak atand. 2014 ylnda ar ad "Trk Yldzlar" olan134'nc Akrotim Filo Komutanl'na timin ilk kadn yesi olarak katlm; 2016'da Trk Yldzlar'na filo komutan olarak atanarakTrk Hava Kuvvetleri'nin ilk kadn filo komutan olmutur. HAVA PLOT BINBAI ESRA ZATAY Sayglarmzla ~HBK Fotoraf: @baha.airphoto _ _ #worldairpower #aircraft #airforce #aviation #phantom #fighteraircraft #pilot #piloteyes #tuaf #turaf #military #soldier #amazing #f4 #fighterhelmet #avgeek #aviationlovers #airforce #airmax #airsoft #airforce #havaharpokulu #gokyuzu #havana #jetfighter #jet #boeing #airbus #amazing #piloteyes #soldier #fighterpilot #airforce #aviation #airforce #worldairpowerhbkyerler

An extract on #airforce

Over 25,000 women applied; however, only 1,074 were accepted into the WASPs. The accepted women all had prior experience and airman certificates. Of those accepted, the majority were white; aside from white women, the WASP had two Mexican American women, two Chinese American women (Hazel Ying Lee and Maggie Gee), and one Native American woman (Ola Mildred Rexroat). Due to the existing climate of racial discrimination, the only African American applicant was asked to withdraw her application.

By the summer of 1941, Florida native Jacqueline "Jackie" Cochran and test-pilot Nancy Harkness Love had independently submitted proposals to the U.S. Army Air Forces (the forerunner to the United States Air Force) to use women pilots in non-combat missions after the outbreak of World War II in Europe. Their motivation was to free male pilots for combat roles by employing qualified female pilots to ferry aircraft from factories to military bases, and to tow drones and aerial targets. Prior to Pearl Harbor, General Henry H. "Hap" Arnold, commander of the USAAF, had turned down both Love's 1940 proposal and that of the better connected and more famous Cochran, despite the lobbying by Eleanor Roosevelt. But he essentially promised the command to Cochran, should such a force be needed in the future. While the U.S. was not yet fighting in World War II, Cochran had gone to England to volunteer to fly for the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA). The ATA had been using female pilots since January 1940, and was starting to also train new pilots. The American women who flew in the ATA were the first American women to fly military aircraft. They flew the Royal Air Force's frontline aircraftSpitfires, Typhoons, Hudsons, Mitchells, Blenheims, Oxfords, Walruses, and Sea Ottersin non-combat roles, but in combat-like conditions. Most of these women served in the ATA during the war. Only three members returned to the U.S. to participate in the WASP program. The U.S. was building its air power and military presence in anticipation of direct involvement in the conflict, and had belatedly begun to drastically expand its men in uniform. This period led to the dramatic increase in activity for the U.S. Army Air Forces, because of obvious gaps in "manpower" that could be filled by women. After the attack on Pearl Harbor, to compensate for the manpower demands of the military, the government encouraged women to enter the workforce to fill both industrial and service jobs supporting the war effort. To those most involved within the new Ferrying Division of the Air Transport Command (ATC), the numbers were painfully obvious. Col. William H. Tunner was in charge of acquiring civilian ferry pilots. He decided to integrate a civilian force of female pilots into the AAF, after speaking with Major Robert M. Love, ATC staff officer, and his wife Nancy. Convinced of the feasibility of the program by Mrs. Love, who had a Commercial Pilot License, he asked her to draw up a proposal, unaware that Arnold had shelved a similar proposal by Tunner's superior, Maj. Gen. Robert Olds. Cochran had committed to go to Great Britain in March 1942 for the trial program of female pilots with the ATA. She used her association with the President and Mrs. Roosevelt to lobby Arnold to reject any plan that did not commission women, and set up an independent organization commanded by women. Ironically, Tunner's proposal called for commissioning women in the WAACs, but was turned down after review by Arnold.

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