WASP pilot receives congressional medal

07/8/2010 | Times-Georgian (Carrollton, Ga.)

Pilot June Drew received a congressional medal for her accomplishment as one of the first women to fly a U.S. military aircraft. Drew, who earned her pilot's license in 1940, joined the Women Airforce Service Pilots and flew noncombat missions. "I didn't do anything I didn't love to do, which is to fly," said Drew, 89.

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