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Big news from Kaitlin Mroz, the recently announced winner of the 3rd Quarter, Judith Resnik Memorial Scholarship. Kaitlin won and, if you apply for their 4th Quarter scholarship, you might win too! Kaitlin wrote, "Pass it along to folks (women pilots only are eligible) looking for...

[caption id="attachment_44983" align="aligncenter" width="570"] Leah C. Jones[/caption] Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, October 30, 2017‐ In March of 2017, Sentimental  Journey, the annual fly‐in that celebrates Piper Aircraft Corporation’s heritage in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, along with Amy Gesch, Sentimental Journey member and fly‐in attendee, established a scholarship to...

I just returned from a whirlwind, solo flight RT from Indianapolis, Indiana to Dallas/Ft. Worth, Texas. Once there, my Decathlon and I circled the enormous metroplex, 180 miles +/-, and poked ourselves in and out under the Class B Airspace as we saw fit. Ground...

When it comes to interesting women aviator stories, sometimes I find out about them in unexpected ways. This one came by way of John Wood from Massachusetts in a message that read: Linda Buroker-Melhoff's mother Gladys Dawson-Buroker taught flying during World War II in a WACO...