Fla. senior recalls her role in historic aviation

12/31/2012 | Tampa Tribune (Fla.), The

In 1944, Dora Dougherty was chosen by the Air Force for test pilot school and assigned to a top-secret mission to prove the value of the B-29. "I looked in wonder down her sleek flush-riveted sides, and back, way back, to the graceful curve of the high, vertical fin rudder, 27 feet high, the high tail distinctive among Boeing-built bombers," recalled the 91-year-old.

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