flygirlllc, Author at Fly Girl

Final Flight, Final Fight

Erin Miller’s book “Final Flight, Final Fight” is a chronological account of the author’s journey to enshrine the memory and history of the WASP in stone — both literally and metaphorically — in a legally binding manner. The fight begins when...

Curtiss-Wright Aeronautical Engineering Cadettes

The story of the Curtiss Wright Cadettes is a riveting, yet unacclaimed piece of World War II history. In Flying Into Yesterday: My Search for the Curtiss-Wright Aeronautical Engineering Cadettes, the author seeks to rectify that omission by recounting the lives of...

The Ninety-Nines in Sweetwater

WASP stands for the Women Airforce Service Pilots — this was a group of women who flew in varying capacities during World War II. The Ninety-Nines is an international organization of women pilots originally formed during the early 1900s. Appropriately, the group was...

My New Life As A Corporate Pilot!

So, what is a corporate pilot?  Google definition:  Corporate pilots (sometimes colloquially referred to as “private pilots”) are pilots who fly for a living but who do not work for a large airline. In some cases, they work for corporations that have...

Lori and GIFT

This post was written by Lori, a student pilot currently undergoing flight training for a private pilot license. To learn more about the camp Lori attended, Girls In Flight Training – visit the website. You can also find GIFT on Facebook, along with recent...