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British Woman, WW2 Pilot, Dies at 103A trailblazing pilot who was one of the last surviving women to have taken on the task of transporting aircraft to the frontlines of the second world war has died at the age of 103. (www.theguardian.com) More...
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RIP. Many unsung heroes who fought and contributed in so many ways.My thanks to them and condolences to this lady's family
safeguarding founding values such as honor, dignity, fidelity, audacity, will, loyalty, and courage, greetings Mrs Eleanor Wadsworth, condolences for her family
RIP.... I have the utmost respect for all the Military Pilots as well as those who fly our planes, or in this case pilots who support the free world.
Respect to these brave women who encountered dangerous frontline combat - this has not been recognised until very recently. My condolences to her family.
One of the greatest generations...We could use people with that kind of spunk and courage today....Thank you for your service and I hope she’s up in the wild, blue, yonder now....
RIP. My respect for heroes like her. Condolences to her family.