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Women Fly it Forward Event! March 12, 2011 * Frederick Municipal Airport * 10:30am-3:30pm [caption id="attachment_8152" align="aligncenter" width="318" caption="-"][/caption] In 1910 the first woman pilot, Raymonde de Laroche, earned her pilot's license. At that time, 3% of all pilots were women. Today, 101 years later, only...

Claire Swigard is based at (KDVT) Phoenix Deer Valley Airport, Phoenix, Arizona. I signed up for flying lessons in 1965 because my husband bought an old Aeronca Chief and I thought, as long as I was going to help pay for it, I should see if...

Student pilot Brooke Parsons is based at (5D6) Parsons Airport, Carrollton, Ohio. I live on a family airport. My dad, uncle, and grandfather all own airplanes. I have been flying since I was 2 weeks old. Last year when I was 14 I started to take...

Amy Hoover is based at (KELN) Bowers Field Airport, Ellensburg, Washington. My journey into taildragger flying started in the early 1980's when my work as a geologist and white water river guide entailed flights into the remote river canyons in central Idaho, and I have been...

Gene Nora Jessen is based at (BOI) Boise Airport, Boise, Idaho. Just discovered your group via AOPA - terrific! I learned to fly in a Champ in 1956 then worked my way through The Univ of Okla teaching in Champs. My book "The Fabulous Flight of...

Gwen White, previously of Willow, Alaska, currently residing in NY. [caption id="attachment_8016" align="aligncenter" width="266"]Gwen White from summer 2010 [/caption] We moved to Alaska in the 90's. I fell in love with the Supercub so we bought one. I received my license in 1997. I love the taildragger. It...

Elaine Kauh is based at (KRYV) Watertown Municipal Airport, Watertown, Wisconsin. Taildraggers inspired me to start flying! My first airplane ride was in a beautiful Stinson. I was hooked before the engine even started. Before I began my flying lessons, I got many rides in taildraggers...

Betty  Stroud  is based at (28J) Palatka Municipal Airport, Lt. "Kay" Larkin Field, Palatka, Florida. Ladies, I am tickled to post this particular lady taildragger and you'll soon understand why. Betty and I have exchanged a few emails now and I'm including this one for you all....

Joy Smith is based at a private airstrip in Alaska and flies a Super Cub and a Cessna 180 Skywagon. Joy Smith just sent us pictures taken today of her first Supercub flight on skis - this year - from Alaska! (Joy, I found your email...