18 Burst results for "Women Airforce Service"

"women airforce service" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

TIME's Top Stories

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on TIME's Top Stories

"The war hawks signature star said over a military grade greenfield. It is the one thousand seventy four women who served in the women airforce service pilots wasp corps during world war two. The wasp's became the first woman to fly for the us. Military after training at avenger field in sweetwater texas and were tasked with performing crucial domestic flying duties. Like ferrying military planes and serving on to- targets quadrants. But the opportunity to join the wasp core was largely limited to white women while a handful of women of color served in the unit. Not a single black applicant was to the program. The outright rejection of black women set wa- sp- apart from other us military services during this time says matthew f delmonte a history professor at dartmouth college. Who specializes in african american history and the history of civil rights what stands out about. The wasp's is that they excluded black women entirely. He tells time while the rest of the military and auxiliary services were segregated. They at least allowed. African americans to participate although the creation of wasp was a landmark moment for women in the military mont says that focusing solely on that narrative furthers the whitewashing of american history. What often isn't about is the fact that even if white women were getting different to new opportunities that almost always ran parallel with the maintenance or extension of racial discrimination and racial barriers. He says to only talk about white women's side of the wasp story and not also talk about the fact that black women were denied that opportunity even ones who were qualified and had commercial pilot's licenses misses the broader context. We can't tell one story without telling the other. In april sixteen statement to time nike the wnba and the wings said they had made the joint decision to pull the wings rebel uniform..

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"women airforce service" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

02:52 min | 10 months ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Licensed agents. There are some aspects of Jacqueline. Cochran's life and work and legacy that are a little complicated beyond the things about sort of fabricating a backgrounds and reinventing herself as a different person and all of that. She was such a huge advocate for the women airforce service pilots to exist. But then after the war when when everybody was trying to figure out like what is the role of women in the military she advocated against women flying for the military so women could be in the air force reserve, but not as pilots can you talk about that and this is one of those moments in time that Jackie is so complicated and She has a lot of supporters, a lot of the wasp just or so grateful to her and a lot of the modern women pilots thinks she. was a real bad ass. Can I say that? We just heard that recently. Good. Good good. but you know she she has a lot of admirers. The Air Force. Academy has her sword and a case in a write in a place of prominence and things like that. But Jackie was also very conservative when it came to women's roles and she was very conservative when it came to spending money. And she believed. And she says she she fought against women getting into the Air Force Academy because she thought it would be waste of money and. Jackie. Believed that. Normal women and she's this is these are her words normal women. Get. Married and have children. And so any money that the air force spent training pilots. would be a waste of money and a waste of time because all the women were just GonNa, leave and babies anyway. So this is the same argument that's used against you know giving women. Clerk ships as lawyers or giving women internships once they've gotten their medical degree if they've even better admitted to medical school all those same arguments against giving women those opportunities. Jackie used as well despite the fact that she was out there breaking the speed of sound and flying all these air races and doing all these extraordinary things. But she talks about that was her greatest regret that she didn't have more children that she. Didn't have a normal life I. think it's so hard. It was late in her life that she was saying these things I think it's so hard to put those two realities together of who she was. Even when she was young. And who she became and who she?.

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WASP Documentarian Erin Miller

Ready For Takeoff - Turn Your Aviation Passion Into A Career

06:36 min | 10 months ago

WASP Documentarian Erin Miller

"I'm talking today to Aaron Miller. Now, Erin is not a pilot, but she is the granddaughter of a wasp that's women's airforce service pilots, and she has a fascinating story to tell. So Aaron, thank you so much for being with us today. Thank you for having me your welcome so What I'd like is for you to to share with us what what your grandmother has shared with you about her flying story, and then we'll get to your story of how you how you made things right for your grandmother. But can you tell us how she got her starting aviation? So. My Grandmother. Elaine. Dan. For harmon was born in Baltimore Maryland in Nineteen nineteen and she grew up in the city and was born at home in her house. And had two siblings and was very independent. sporty did a lot of rotor bike and very athletic growing up and she attended the University of Maryland in College Park. Maryland for college. and. She did lots of activities there as well. She was a cheerleader she was on the rifle team swim team. She was in a sorority in all kinds of things very active and her senior year of college. She saw an advertisement in the school newspaper for the civilian. Pilot Training. program. Which I'm sure your listeners are familiar with but it was a program in the nineteen thirties to have more people in the United States prepare to get a pilot's license and Senate was I guess subsidized by the US government and it was offered through a lot of universities and university. Of Maryland was one of them. And Anyway. So they had an advertisement for this program where you could learn how to fly and it costs thirty five dollars. Or forty dollars and you got thirty five hours of flight training and ground school and whatever. So my grandma thought that would be cool. So she applied and at the time which doesn't sound like a big deal you're signing up for a class nowadays. But back, then if you were a woman, they only accepted one woman for every ten men in the class. So you kind of had to I don't I never asked her if there were comp competition about this or she just happened to be the only woman that applied I don't really know but anyway. So, she asked her dad for the money and she also had to get a permission slip signed because she was female and under the age of twenty one and not married. So her dad had to sign a permission slip and that's how she initially took pilot training lessons West, through this program at the University of Maryland. Very. Cool. So after she got her thirty five hours, did she continue to fly on her own? Not Really she I think she did a little bit but she basically that was in nineteen, hundred forty, sue her last year of college. She got her pilot's license and then not too long after that, she got married in the summer of nineteen forty one. To my grandfather, and then as your listeners I'm sure. Well, aware six months later Pearl Harbor happened. So I don't think you flying around was generally something that happened. A Lot. So at that point, my grandmother and grandfather were moving around a lot to support the war effort they lived in Ohio at one point for a while and we're kind of working at different places. And and so how did she get back into? So in nineteen, forty, three, I believe there was an big. The Women Airforce Service pilots kind of became newsworthy and there was a little bit of news about them. Newsreel. The old newsreels are in life magazine, and so my grandmother heard about this program called the WAAS. And thought she could apply and she asked my grandfather. If he thought it would be a good idea and he thought it would be a great idea for her. So she applied and she kind of didn't really think she would get in because she really the most she had done was that civilian pilot training program she didn't have a lot of hours. And she kind of applied and thought oh well, we'll see what happens but they accepted her. So that's how she ended up becoming one of the Watson. Then she started training in April of Nineteen, forty four where did she go for Carini? She was in sweetwater Texas Avenger field, which is in western Texas. About an hour west of Abilene Texas. Now. Did your grandfather go there with her when she went there No. So my grandfather was an engineer and he later became a patent attorney, but he was not in the service because he had a physical defect so he was So, he couldn't serve in the army. But he was I think recruited I would say by a company to actually manufactured airplane parts called Jack and Heintz which some people may not because I've seen their parts in the in the warbirds He got sent to Asia to work on a plan to repair aircraft for the US military in theater in the Pacific. So the planes didn't have to be sent back to the continental United States to be repaired to save time. So he got sent over there to work on that program as a civilian, and so he was gone during this time when she was trainy. tweet water. Aircraft was she trained in? So she was trained on I think they were all trained on basic plane. So things like the the steersman PT, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, eighty, sixes, bt, Thirteen's neither all planes that she was training on. And what did she eventually flawed she I assume she was multi current and flew a lot of different airplanes as wasp. Yes. So all the WAAS flu lots of different planes and there were groups of wasps that were trained to fly every plane that was produced during World War Two from little trainer planes all the way up to be twenty nine bomber. So not every wasp was trained to fly every plane obviously but they're little groups trained to fly like you know pursuit crafter bombers or whatever. So. She was trained to fly bt thirteen's to train men in instrument training. So that was her job after she graduated. So she was transferred to Nellis Air. Base. In Las Vegas. And with her best friend from the WAAS Maggie Gee and Magnesia was to- target pilot in Las Vegas. So they were transferred there and my grandma trained men on instrument training in the thirteen. And she was also has some time as a co-pilot on the B seventeen.

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"women airforce service" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"Of people at this time flying clubs had become really popular. Some women lived on farms or another rea rural areas and they had flying experience from flying crop dusters. But you need to have more than that to get a pilot's license in that meant that a lot of women were paying for their own training so that they could join the wasp and then once they did join, they had to get through further training, really intense training program to be able to do this work. These were the first women to fly aircraft for the US military. They flew virtually every type of aircraft. The military was using and more than a thousand women served in the wasp during. World World War Two thirty eight of them died during their service eleven of them during training and twenty seven during missions since they weren't considered part of the military though even though they were doing work that was definitely connected to the military these women when they died during service weren't given any kind of burial coverage they weren't giving military honors at their funerals. So when deaths did happen, usually it was their fellow wasp who raised the money to send their bodies home and to pay for their funerals. The whole idea at the beginning though had been that the wasp were eventually going to become part of the military but on June twenty-first of nineteen, forty, four Congress actually voted that idea down about six weeks. Later it was announced the wasp we're going to be completely disbanded when the program ended on December twentieth of Nineteen Forty Four. The last class of trainees had just graduated a few weeks before. Everyone was sent home, and this is a huge blow to all the women involved a big reason for this disbanding was that it looked like the war was coming to a close really soon and a lot of male pilots or worried about their jobs. So the program was ended to preserve those jobs for the men who would be returning from the front. The Wasp though to end on a happier note were finally granted military status at nine, hundred, seventy seven and in two thousand nine, the wasp were awarded the Congressional Gold Medal at which point about three hundred. Of them or still living and more than two hundred attended the ceremony in Washington DC you can learn more about the wasp in the March Twenty first and twenty third twenty sixteen episodes of stuff you missed in history class and those episodes. I interviewed Dr Catherine Sharp landeck about their history. Thanks to Terry Harrison for her audio skills. These episodes you can subscribe to this day in history class on apple podcasts, Google podcasts, and wherever else to get your podcasts. We'll be back in World War Two tomorrow although we'll be looking more at the end of.

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"women airforce service" Discussed on This Day in History Class

This Day in History Class

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on This Day in History Class

"Advice columnist signs off on our news show dear therapists from Iheartradio we find out I'm Lori Gottlieb from the Atlantic and I'm guy wins from Ted and each week we sit down with a list for consultation. Then we asked them to come back on and tell us what happened. You can email us with your own dilemma at Laurean guy at iheartmedia dot com listen to dear therapists on apple podcasts, the iheartradio APP or wherever you get your podcasts. Everyone. Technically, you're getting two days in history today because we're we're running two episodes from the history volt. You'll also hear to hose me and Tracy Wilson Hope you enjoy. Welcome to this day in history class from how stuff works dot Com and from the desk of stuff you missed in history class. It's the show where we explore the past one day at a time with a quick look at what happened today in history? Welcome to the podcast I'm Tracy Wilson it's August fifth the Women Airforce Service pilots or wasp was formed on the state in nineteen forty-three. Okay. So think about some of the things that a pilot means the do during a war some of it's obvious right pilots to fly combat missions, flying troops and supplies into and out of combat areas doing recon but there's also a lot of work that's not as obvious if you're not already a pilot or maybe in the military like. Flying the newly built airplanes from a factory to their departure point or testing these new planes to make sure that they are working correctly or win a plane has been repaired. Making sure that the repairs are done correctly towing targets for target practice that win is actually my favorite. You need a lot of pilots to do all of this work and during World War. Two there is a problem they needed more pilots, and so the whole idea was that they would recruit women to do this less obvious non-combat work to free the men up for combat flying the WAAS was formed when two other previously existing groups combined together one of the. Groups was the women's auxiliary ferrying squadron which had been organized by Nancy Harkness Love, and the other was the women's flying training attachment which had been arranged by Jackie Cochran when the two merged Cochran became the WASPS director to be eligible to join the wasp women needed between the ages of twenty one and thirty five, and the already needed to have a pilot's license. Flying was actually kind of a hobby for a lot.

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"women airforce service" Discussed on Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on Stuck Mic AvCast – An Aviation Podcast About Learning to Fly, Living to Fly, & Loving to Fly

"What's next for you as far as areas classic. So, what's next for me is obviously, I'll be working on the social media sites trying to get those kind of on give them a new look basically given the facelift I've been talking about but then one of the things that I would absolutely love to do is I want to try and start racing more again. I don't know if that's going to be financially possible to race every year, I would love to raise every year but it's kind of expensive flying airplane that far is not only are you competing in the twenty four hundred mile race you're also getting to the start and back from the start Um, which can also be just as long but I'd love to raise with the my friend. Lin. K. would who you've mentioned multiple different times on throughout the conversation and then another goal line is whenever I race I love to bring a new racer a first time racer on the race with me. So we can expose more female pilots to the areas classic maybe give him some. Something to look forward to and possibly spread the word about the area says well But my ultimate goal don't know if I can swing it or not. In nine years I would love to find one of the original aircraft that were was flown on the nineteen twenty, nine race wanted to travel errors. Lockheed, one of the ones that those pioneering woman flew not the exact airport not not like these specific serial number Intel number because obviously they're probably not really around unless they're in a museum somewhere the type so. I'd love to find that type and then fly it on the twenty twenty-nine areas for the lake hundred year anniversary of the nineteen twenty, nine race probably will have to fly non comp on non-competition but I would love to try and do something like that. Just to kind of pay homage to the first woman who raced end just to that legacy in the torch that is being carried year after year with. So that's kind of what I am looking forward to not sure if it's going to happen but would love to try. A. You truly are carrying that torch in our an an ambassador for both women in aviation and also the air race classic. So we really appreciate you for what you do for everybody out there and I'm sure that somebody listening right now is going to be inspired by your story. So thanks for coming on. Little thanks for having me. I really appreciate the opportunity to spread the word about the area than women pilots than be an advocate for both than if anybody had just kind of want to give this last message, I know we kind of like skirted over the actual race itself, how it's conducted of, but if anybody wants to learn more. They can hit me up on social media either my personal site, the area site you can go to the areas classic website. That's where all of our information is We actually started an archive at the Texas Women's university down in Denton Texas. That's where the women's Airforce Service Pilots Archives are. So the WASP archives are down there we now have an air sea. Archive for the women's areas. So if anybody wants to find out more information all of those places are a very, very good resource to use. All that information available on the bottom, the show notes here Erase.

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"women airforce service" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

Zero Blog Thirty

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty

"Know. We're going to play a little military jeopardy. Versus Con. Let's see how it goes down now. These questions that I found are actually military questions that have appeared on the real jeopardy show. They are not at any particular order. There's going to be choose from so I'm just going to go through and see who could get the most out of these questions, not even really sure how many they are. Are we ready for round? Will be all right. So what's your buzzer going to be Kate? Sweating but. Okay, kate has to say sweaty, but China in. Just, make some sort of noise. Okay, here we go. Number One. Despite objections from the Pentagon on July Twenty Six. Nine, thousand, nine, hundred, forty eight Harry Truman issued an executive order telling the military to do. This. Go to fucking war. If you remember correctly, you have to say is. You're and that would be. that. That'd be incorrect. No. Don's monthly. Coward! Yeah sorry, I don't know the answer is. What is abolish discrimination? Forces. An. Guest Sean how lay. Really Clue number to gold. Beach was at the centre I'll tell you what the value on the show was to. The last one was a tough one, so don't feel bad if you didn't get that one. That was actually a daily double. That was in the two thousand dollar. That's a tough question. That's a difficult one. This one however is a little bit different. This one is four hundred value clue is gold. Beach was at the centre five days, designated landing areas, and during this nineteen forty four military operation Kate respect the game by not saying what he but until I needed. Her. What is the battle of Jima. Is. All say bet. What is the invasion of Normandy because the centers fault? Correct eight now. I- unbelievable clue number three coming up with Kate and the lead. The story that's one is six hundred dollar value, and the category was military matters. The story that goes that Nineteenth Century Marines wore collar protection from bayonets events didn't. Get is. Versus. What is leather neck? WOW new. Russian. You don't have to he. Right good job, semper Fidelis Latin for always faithful. It's the motto. The US Marine Corps as as of two thousand seventeen number of marines and active duty or eight, hundred, eighty, two thousand. With thirty, eight, thousand in reserve nicely done by the jeopardy, folks there clue number four with the score tied up at one. The Marine military. Academy in Harlington Texas both the original Plaster Statue of the flag raising. What is Your Jima? Con- didn't wait for me to call on you, so the answer goes to case Kate. What's the correct? That is correct. What is? That's some Bullshit Alex K taste to lead to two one coon number five in two thousand thirteen, the government officially said this numeric military facility in Nevada existed areas, not match are const. What is area fifty one? That is correct. It's one of the most enduring Americans. Conspiracy theories involve supposed presence of aliens at a remote military facility in Nevada at home, airport or groom Lake, more commonly called area fifty one will do two more questions. Maybe this'll be a recurring contract this. The first jet number six with the score, all tied up here at two, so we are going to have this tiger to the runner. This'll be the last one. The first jet to jet aerial victory took place during this war when a US Air Force Lockheed. F Eighty Charlie shot down a MiG fifteen Yalu River. Ease. Looking at Kyle to see if he's GONNA mouth. The answer me, he's not what a dickhead. I I'm going to say what is. Lee. would. Know Not, even close. Contact him again. One. But the air force didn't exist that now. Oh My. God Two Zero airports yet all. Right. What is? Alex what is the Vietnam War? 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It. I can't believe I didn't get the D Day One. I Disappointed so I will say in school for that or anything yeah right. You don't realize how much it helps seeing the words in front of you all able to read it. I have a definitely aid. Do you found articles? To make so when Chap started that Normandy question. He said something about Gold Beach. And then he got sidetracked, and was talking to you. Guys for a second so I may be L. by phone in front of the attacked in gold, beach. Integrity Violation from K.. Mode. Time Smarty Pants. You know it was for greater good. You know. Disappointing level of integrity. On the PODCAST. Cheating innocent where cheating and then coming out and letting everyone know that you. Won't say both because it made the first part audio worth it. Let's move on his table house alibis. Start with you? What do you got nifty little thing from the New York harbor here in the city where cons I roam? John F. Kennedy. World War Two and he was on this little P. 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"women airforce service" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:17 min | 1 year ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on WTOP

"DC's halfway house in south East coronavirus concern shut down the hope village earlier this year many have been sent home to finish out those sentences if we can move this quickly because the home home confinement there is no reason going forward that we can't have this as our model that is a former halfway house resident NBC for Scott McFarland says there are no new plans for new halfway house in the district all DC prisoners go to federal prison and then to DC halfway houses police are searching for suspects in paintball attacks on mail carriers over the weekend and they're hoping a fifty thousand dollar reward could help find those responsible five U. S. mail carriers were hit with paintball pellets late Saturday afternoon the attacks were in southwest and southeast DC as well as Riverdale Maryland the carriers will be okay the US postal inspection service is offering a fifty thousand dollar reward for help in solving the case in each instance the two suspects were driving a silver or gray four door sedan with temporary tags one suspect is an African American man slim about five eleven with braids or dreadlocks and wearing a white shirt the other man was just described as being slim Neolog consisting WTOP knows that corona virus hasn't been kind to car owners with more than ever people staying at home to slow the spread of covert nineteen vehicles have been unattended on the quiet streets and that makes them easy targets for thieves compared to this time last year larcenies are up sixty three percent in New York and nearly seventeen percent in LA many law enforcement agencies across the country are reporting an increase in stolen cars and vehicle burglaries well funerals are being curtailed due to the pandemic honor guard soldiers are still offering funeral services for military personnel one honor guard training officer tells the capital Gazette that while most people are waiting for a better time to be with family and friends there are still meaningful ceremonies happening from a distance they say taps is still being played in the family gets the folded flag from the coffin which is handed to them through a car window now he's one of the last living members of the famed Tuskegee airmen and he's received a number of honors well now an organization dedicated to educating about the history of the group is out with some new apparel to support that mission brigadier general Charles McGee made its legacy in the skies in his thirty year military career and the latest honor for the one hundred year old is a low top sneaker styled with the markings that adorned his P. fifty one Mustang aircraft nuts Meyer Grove kitten number seven there was my brother's number it's an exclusive item being sold by and benefiting the commemorative Air Force rise above a nonprofit that seeks to inspire all generations to overcome adversity using lessons and stories of the Tuskegee airmen and women airforce service pilots we have the link to the online shop at WTOP dot com search shoes Brandon Millman WTOP news T. V. shows and podcasts that delve into true crimes have become big hits in recent years now northern Virginia tech company is getting into the act for the last couple of years para Banda Reston Virginia.

"women airforce service" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Tired here it's not Y. in Minnesota there is he still fighting in the north north it's memorial weekend right don't get your plants in the ground until after mother's day right as for the thing okay I'm inside tonight people are covered because while yeah yeah sheets I we saw so many she turned around yeah hi on my walk this morning that's the best thing beating either remember to anchor the sheet with something something I just brought all my nan yeah if you have room for that some people I say she's in flower bottles were able have planted you have to worry about the pansies but anyway the kale we're sorry hi so are I don't think he I don't think either of you guys are what are watching this you know I love anything historical fiction I don't care what it is but if a TV I'm so sad to be missing Outlander you know right now he use we have made silly comes to Hulu whatever because we don't have it anymore but on masterpiece theatres so I think it's seven or eight episodes I think we're maybe at five or six been watching with Casey world on fire and you know this one's Laura Linney introduces it in the Viking river cruise whatever master yeah yeah yeah yeah and it's World War two and it's like it's it is it will take no it isn't it's just another tape and what's interesting about it is that it's it's you know you're being of your feeling the experience of being a British at work because they were at war you know Gallagher then America was and you know living under hard circumstances and then Helen hunt plays is American news journalist whose the voice of America but better radio Berlin controls kind of what she says but that's a true part of the story it's just so it's a television television series highly recommend I don't know why I love all this were to also the focus of our the battle you know Hey I've been a bruise in Belgium and you don't kind of just different cards and member of the Dunkerque as part of this and anyway so it was seventy five years ago today that World War two came to an end in Europe Japan didn't happen until you know a few months later but it ended and it's just a few that you know I mean I love the World War two museum in any you know the war museum in Paris is really incredible I saw the what's the machine the movie was on it the code all the indignant cracker yeah did they get actual thing and anyway I really this is like my thing and you you and I have also really enjoyed some of the historical fiction I think in the Alice network were the huntress interests I love and I didn't get you know just kind of the stories two of women that are in her words so with CBS this morning had this great story and it's it said there's a new book out that this woman she's research for twenty years file on it's called the women with silver rings wings the inspiring true story of the women airforce service pilots otherwise known as wasp of World War two and she really research this for twenty years because these women just two years nineteen forty two to forty four they're the first woman in the history of U. S. military service to fly and kind of what they had to do so this in the book is getting you know of course it's just come out you know sometimes a tie our but anyway the reviews that are out there and it will tell me the name of the book and it's called the women was silver wing and I'm gonna try and figure out I mean maybe Johnny and figure out how to get a hold of this out there but here's the story from CVS because I just thought it was a cool story to know about here's the first time okay more than eleven hundred women airforce service pilots or wireless flew for the U. S. military during World War two.

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"women airforce service" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"We believe in the best in men to whole other men. Carnivals rouse weaning. To say the right thing, not everyone is happy about this ad one person on Twitter said the video puts all men in bad light. Another sad boys are not monsters in waiting, but others say they don't think Gillette intended to insult meant. But instead wanted to encourage humanity and decency that has been watch more than two million times on YouTube in the past forty eight hours. Well, new data show. The Environmental Protection Agency has hit a thirty year. Low in the number of pollution cases referred for prosecution. Details now from ABC's, Mark. Remillard pollution cases that the EPA referred to the Justice department for criminal prosecution hitting their lowest level since one thousand nine hundred eighty eight last fiscal year only one hundred and sixty six cases were sent to the DOJ Jeff rock, executive director of public employees for environmental responsibility. Which compiled the data says appears to be a combination of them starving the program and policy initiatives that make criminal enforcement an absolute. Last resort. Even if it smeared the EPA says, it's directing its resources to the quote, most significant cases, Mark Remillard, ABC news Furman university. In South Carolina has suspended the tapa Cao Cao Kappa Epsilon fraternity until twenty twenty three for repeated hazing and alcohol violations or reporter on the university's website says the hazing include being made to do laundry clean rooms and being compelled to do exercises forgetting fraternity trivia questions wrong. Students had to stand in a steaming bathroom and outside in cold weather without coats, or sweatshirts. Investigators did not find any evidence that fraternity members tampered with drinks. Police investigating later said a woman who attended a house party last September was hospitalized. And they thought drinks might have been tampered with a Colorado woman who was among the first woman to fly for the US military during World War Two has died. Millicent young died Saturday of complications related to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. She was a member of the women's airforce, service pilots known as watts. Chiefs who flew bombers and other warplanes in the US to free up male pilots for combat service overseas in two thousand ten the wasps reward at the congressional gold medal among the nation's highest civilian honours Millicent young was ninety six years old. Taking the.

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"women airforce service" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on AP News

"Nominee. William Barr says the president asked him about the leader of the Russia investigation. Robert Muller is a is a straight shooter and should be dealt with as ASA at his Senate confirmation. Hearing bar was asked about the possibility of Mahler being fired under the regulations. Bob muller. Could only be terminated for good cause. And I frankly, it's unimaginable. To me that Bob would ever do anything that gave rise to good 'cause President Trump has called the Russia investigation. A witch hunt. Barr says he doesn't believe Muller would be involved in a witch hunt on day twenty five of the partial government shutdown a meeting between President Trump and congressional Democrats was called off at the last moment, the AP saga megani has the story administration. Tried a new approach in sidestepping leaders like Nancy Pelosi, and instead inviting other Democrats to meet with the president. We want to work with rank and file Democrats not long after White House. Spokesman Mercedes slaps spoke the administration announced none of those members agreed to attend and instead of a bipartisan lunch, the president would meet with House Republicans alone Pelosi had given other Democrats her blessing to show up saying they would get a taste of what she's been dealing with saga megani. Washington. This is day two of the teachers strike in Los Angeles district. Teachers LA USD teachers just like yesterday over thirty thousand strong are out on picket lines right now. Alex Caputo Pearl is the head of the teacher's union. The district is hired hundreds of substitutes to replace educators and staff members who left for the picket lines a witness says he saw five bodies at the scene of an attack at a hotel in Nairobi Kenya. The militant group Al Shabaab is claiming responsibility. Three deputies have been shot and wounded while serving a search warrant at a home in Odessa, Texas. This is AP radio news. Carol Channing has died. She was ninety seven. Carol Channing once said, she had no real eyelashes because she glued false ones on so many times her most famous role was Dolly Levi in Hello Dolly. And she originated the role of Laura lie. Leeann Broadway for gentlemen, prefer blondes. That's where she got her. Other signature song diamond giant heroes based Channing said in in one thousand nine hundred four AP interview. She was forever. Grateful for those two roles. I got to play to Lady Macbeth of the American musical theater. These were enough to to be grateful for a lifetime. I'm Archie zaraleta? A member of pioneering group of women who flew military planes in the US during World War Two has died. Millicent young was a member of the women's airforce, service.

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"women airforce service" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on KTOK

"Martha maccallum we're going to ask the tough questions because there's a lot of conventional wisdom out there that needs to be challenged, Shannon. Bream what I'm doing is making sure that whatever is developed through the day. People are fully informed from coast to coast. We're twenty four seven news. But really down to the minute. We're going to be fearless. We're going to be fair. Whether it's a midnight for their news channel, real news. Real. Honest opinion. Controversial proposal to change some of what's in school history lessons in Texas is scrapped in a preliminary vote. The Texas board of education has added Hillary Clinton and Helen Keller back to the states history curriculum after voting in September to cut lessons on the former secretary of state and the deaf and blind activist hours of testimony were given on proposed edits to streamline academic standards. The board is made up of ten Republicans and five Democrats, and that's eight women and seven men. They also voted to restore a previously. Narrowed second grade lesson about women airforce, service pilots or wasps who flew during World War Two. The first woman to pilot military aircraft Tonga j powers Fox News. Final vote could come today. The US education chief Betsy DeVos is proposing a major overhaul in the way colleges and universities handle sexual misconduct complaints overall. The proposal aims to add protections for students accused of assault and harassment and also. Arrow which cases schools would be required to investigate. The education department says it's aimed at ensuring fairness for students on both sides of accusations less than a week before thanksgiving. There's a Turkey recall, but it does not involve whole turkeys. The recall is for more than ninety one thousand pounds of raw ground Turkey produced by Jenny o Turkey store. The department of agriculture advises anyone with the ground Turkey to discard it though in the future to protect yourself. Always cooked Turkey to a safe internal temperature of one hundred sixty five degrees measured by a food thermometer. Because the cooking process kills salmonella. Also you advised to wash your hands after handling brawl poultry meat in pet food to avoid cross contamination. Oxygenic Sola a mixed day on Wall Street so far and right now stocks are turning lower..

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"women airforce service" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"They'd be well into the nineties, but there are many left who are in really good shape, and you should see them. But it's just so inspirational, and it's going to happen. Just a few days before Veterans Day if you can get out to the airport on October twenty seventh early in the morning, I'm telling you it'll be worth make your whole weekend. It'll make your whole weekend, and we'll find out about others. Talking honor flight here in just a few moments when we talked to the president Greg furlong nine forty one time right now. And and and. Anyway, I am. I'm not stalling over your hand. This is I'm just doing the hand. It's part of what we practiced earlier. And we practice us earlier. And anyhow I end. Okay. So we're just gonna take a break. Take a. You know, what I've got this Claudine who sent us some stuff a few weeks ago from the World War. Museum. Yes. And it was awesome. She sent along a book, and I wanna thank hopefully getting his name. Right. Claudia? I don't have the letter now Alicia had the letter, and I but anyway, share blame it on someone else. Well, the women the women pilots w a s p okay? They. Were unbelievable. I gotta tell you. They the b twenty nine was a new bomber. Could there are coming up with World War Two was proving to be unsafe? And a lot of the guys didn't wanna fly it because they were afraid. Okay. And rightfully so the plane was proven not to be very reliable. So. What they did the that one of the of Edmund t Allen he perished during a test flight when one of his b twenty nine agents caught fire and a crewman in one thousand nine civilians on the ground died from this. And there was some concern. Well, anyway, Lieutenant Colonel Tibbets I'm reading a book that cloudy and sand called women airforce, service pilots, that's the wasp w ASAP. He decided to get a couple of those pilots and said, look if you guys can really learn how to fly this. If you two ladies can do it all the guys will not be afraid anymore. And they did it they flew these planes around and did various things with them so much. So that the guy said, hey, they are safe we can fly them, and it was because of two ladies, and we talk about this later, but it's just an amazing amazing thing the women's air force pilots to the rescue. They save the day and got the b twenty nine to become popular with male pilots. And then they took him overseas and fought more, obviously. So it's really cool. And I wanna thank Claudine for sending us all that information together. Thank you very much. It is nine forty three.

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"women airforce service" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Body. You are listening to Joe Lisi. Stop with that. That's my wife nickname for me. It has nothing to do here with the. Oh, no. Hey, listen, you know, Claude Dino few weeks ago sent along some stuff on the World War Two memorial to us. Remember that Alicia? I didn't know I think it was Claudine. Thank her hoping I want to thank you very much along a book your Joe as a pilot him himself, should he should appreciate this. And really it's about the women are the wasp the women airforce service pilots in here at the end general hap, Henry hap Arnold for the army air force in a speech to the last class of the wasp before the program was disbanded. He says you win more than nine hundred of your sisters have shown that you can fly wingtip to wingtip with your brothers ever if ever. There was a doubt in anyone's mind that women can become skillful pilots. The wasp have dispelled that doubt. I like it. Yes. And it tells you about the stuff they did and to show the man to be twenty nine was both safe and reliable. They decided if they could train women to fly the b twenty nine professionally than mail pals could be persuaded to fly the Bahama this. Well, so anyway, so they were looking for women to fly the b twenty nine, but it's a great. Story. And of course, the women did play a great role in World War Two. You too are women in their right? We are my goodness. Thank you for noticing. Not that. There was any question. Okay..

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"women airforce service" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

03:08 min | 3 years ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Going into the air corps at that time it was the arm your car wasn't he army air force and so the most demand going into defilement training program and jacqueline cochran and nancy love both oppose channel okay us women and he kept saying no and then later on in nineteen forty one when japan attacked united states they also went back to around and said they could get women to do the town we even have men for combat but he kept saying no we don't need you and they were very persistent and kept frame because they know that women could be helpful during the war as pilots and so the dog silly ferry command starter that was with nancy low and they just ferried planes they run her ninety day civilian contract then jacqueline cochran heard about that and so she well right back to general said she wanted her program starting to would be trained the same as cadets and up with the military rank and relieve the men for combat duty would be fine just united states and some of it will be very planes but most of the other jobs like tow target navigator training and it was even going training and every anything that's air force had two women to be able to do the job that was required till she got from pilot training program saragan houston texas it's just a few and i think tony eight and went to houston and she said if they could prove it that they were capable they she was sure that program would be accepted and so they did they didn't have any facilities there houston and if they only had a few dilapidated planes and usually small training plans the women and proves capable of fine in felony military orders so then the cia after that program started every month there was a new start program is charge and so in each time the program started it was changed a little bit at to extend the time and the training and then they finally got some decent better are playing so this is a freedom we're discussing women's airforce service pilots wasp with wasps jane doyle and we're about to take a break but when we come back jane will be with us and we're going to continue this conversation so troops hit the deck right now and rest the starting position for the push up is called the flunk new rest get into the frontline respiration to think patriotic thoughts and stayed there till we come back we want you lean on me united american patriots defense us service members who are wrongfully accused of a crime and combat this includes providing resources for legal representation during investigations.

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"women airforce service" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:57 min | 3 years ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Pilots and being a pilot was considered a man's job but we ran out of men so our military created the wasp program that's women airforce service pilots and jane doyle was one i guess she's still is one welcomed frontlines of freedom jane thank you i'm still alive and i've been telling my story because i'd like people to know more about the last not too much was known about for quite a long time and just recently there's been quite a few things about that turns and about so i'm anxious to tell my story started by jack hancock on eighteen thirty eight that doesn't that roosevelt decided that we needed more pilots and so he's started the civilian pilot training program and that was for students in colleges and universities across the country started out and just three of the major universities and then it's even the smaller lines and in the summer of nineteen forty pink rapids community college which is now was grand rapids junior college at that time received the grant to have the program in the summer of nineteen forty i happen to be a student there and just before the end of my first year and i was in an engineering drawing classroom the instructor came in and told about the program to train pilots and so after the class was over i went and asked him about women pilots because at that time it was just mostly that men that were able to sign up and he said well that could be one woman probably nine men so i said well i'd like to apply for so i did and i passed physical and tune that program that some of nineteen forty so that some early head ground school had community college and that was in the morning and the afternoon flew out of the kent county airport and we had seventy hours a ground school terrorists ca it was now that's already at that time and so it was we had ground rules and regulations regarding pilots and vying and then in the afternoon we went out to the kent county airport and had are fine shop three different groups so there was ten men and myself and my group and there was ten and two other groups and i was at central air service which was on the one side of the interest can't county airport neither air show which was on the other side there were two other girls that had signed up and they were in that program at northern air service and for some reason they didn't pass the fight test so how was the only one finish that summer and get my private licence jane were you always interested in flying or is that something that just struck you as something interesting when you heard the opportunity well was something i was interested in what i heard the african d and i think maybe way back when i saw lindberg and when he came to grand rapids and long way car gone and i had heard about the different ma air hearten catherine cocker different ones and and so i thought maybe that sorta influence i really didn't think about as time just more that when i heard about the program i thought well that's something i'd like to try and do so i applied and and i did finish that summer when opportunity knocks and you answer the door nick things can happen and that's what happened you heard something cool this is colonel denny gillerman on frontlines of freedom and we're discussing women airforce service pilots with wasp jane doyle okay jane what exactly did wasps do we had to go through seven months training the same as the the cadets jacqueline kaku set up that program gener arnold before that name was jaclyn cock on she loved and they had both approached general us women that was in nineteen forty and in the lend lease program because vow had authorized mesa program and they had to supply planes for crab britain started out mostly as food and but then it was a aircraft also and so they needed pilots defied the pines for terry the plane from the factories to the outpatient which was up in canada the planes your phone and then pushed across the border to canada that they needed pilots and as cpt pro and they had trained several thousand men pilots but they were being drafted then but then said of manger after they've according to help applying for quite training and.

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"women airforce service" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

03:56 min | 3 years ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"And they had both approached general iron or to use clemen that was in nineteen forty and in lend lease program because had authorized basic program and they had to supply planes for crab britain started out mostly as food and but then it was aircraft also and so they needed pilots defy the pines for terry the planes from the factories to the part of by deep outpatient which was up in canada the phone and then pushed across the border to canada but they needed pilots and as cpt program they had trained several thousand men pilots but they were being drafted then instead of being drafted they were going up for flight training and going into the air corps at that time it was the army erakor wasn't here me airport and so the most of the but going into into pilot training program and jacqueline cochran and nancy love both approached channel okay us women and he kept saying no and then later on in nineteen forty one when japan attacked united states they also went back to around and said they could get women to do the town we even have men for combat but he kept saying no we don't need you then so maybe we're very persistent and kept have because they knew that women could be helpful during the war as violence so the dog silly a ferry command started and that was with nancy love and they just ferried planes they run her ninety day civilian contract then jacqueline cochran heard about that and so she well right back to and said she went to pull graham started willingly betraying the same class and up with the military rank and relieve the men for combat duty it would be fine just united states and semi but will be ferrying planes but most of the other jobs like tow target navigator training and it was even going training and every anything that's air force had she wanted women to be able to do the job that was required until she got pilot training program saragan houston texas it's just a few and i think twenty eight and went to houston and she said if they could prove it that they were capable they she was sure the program would be accepted and so they did they didn't have any facilities houston and they only had a few dilapidated planes but and they were small training planes but the women kept and proves that they were capable of fine in felony military orders so then the cia after that program started every month there was a new start a program that started and so in each time the program started it was changed a little bit to extend the time and the training and then they finally got some decent better are playing celso gilman your freedom we're discussing women airforce service pilots wasp with wasp jane doyle and we're about to take a break but when we come back jane will be with us and we're going to continue this conversation so troops get the deck right now and rest the starting position for the push up is called the front rest get into the frontline rest tuition patriotic thoughts and stay there there too we come back we want you lean on me united american patriots defense us service members who are wrongfully accused of a crime in combat this includes providing resources for legal representation during investigations.

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"women airforce service" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"women airforce service" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"And i don't mean airborne bugs the sting you know during world war two our military needed pilots and being a pilot was considered a man's job but we ran out of men so our military created the wasp program that's women airforce service pilots and jane doyle was one i guess she's still is one welcome to frontlines of freedom jane thank you has i'm so alive and i've been telling my story because i'd like people to know more about the las they're not too much was known about for quite a long time and gentlemen just recently there's been quite a few things about veterans and about the west so i'm anxious to tell my story why sharded by jack hancock on eighteen thirty eight that president roosevelt decided that we needed more pilots and so he started that civilian pilot training program and that was for students in colleges and universities across the country has started out just three to the major universities and then it spread to even the smaller lines and in the summer of nineteen forty rapids community college which is now was his junior college at that time received the grant to have the program in the summer of nineteen forty i happen to be a student there and just before the end of my first year and i was in an engineering going classroom the instructor came in and told about the program to train pilots and so after the class was over i went until asked him about women pilots because at that time it was just mostly that men that were able to sign up and he said well there could be one woman trevor nine men so i said well i'd like to apply for so i did and i passed physical and wasn't exception that some of nineteen forty so that's some early head ground school had community college and that was in the morning and the afternoon my out of the kent county airport and we had seventy hours a ground school terrorism ca it was still there now that's already at that time and so it was we had scroll for realism relations regarding pilots and fine and then when they afternoons we went out to the kent county airport and had are fine instruction three different groups so there were ten men and myself and mine coupe and never ten and to other groups and i was at central air service which was on the one side of the interest to the kent county airport are their hair show which was on the other side there were two other girls that had signed up and they were in that program at northern air service and for some reason they didn't pass the test so how is the only one who finished that summer and got my private licence jane were you always interested in flying or is that something that just struck you as something interesting when you heard the opportunity well it was something i was interested in what i heard the opportunity and i think maybe way back when i saw lindberg and when he came to grand rapids and wrong way car gone and i had heard about the different mayor harden jacqueline kakuta different ones and and so i thought maybe that sorta influence that i really didn't think about as time just more of that when i heard about the program i thought well that's something i'd like to try and do so i applied and and i did finish that summer when opportunity knocks and you answer the door neat things can happen and that's what happened you heard something cool this is colonel denny gillerman frontlines of freedom and we're discussing women airforce service pilots with wasp jane doyle okay jane what exactly did wasps do he had to go through seven months training the same as the the cadets jacqueline cochran it set up that program a general arnold before that there was chuckling cock on nazi love.

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