File:Jackie Cochran at 1938 Bendix Race.jpg

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English: Description: 1938 Bendix Race "Before the United States joined World War, she was part of "Wings for Britain" that delivered American built aircraft to Britain and she became the first woman to fly a bomber (a Lockhead Hudson V) across the Alantic."
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  • 2007-04-01 23:02 Signaleer 229×360×8 (13848 bytes) Description: 1938 Bendix Race ==http://www.eisenhower.archives.gov/dl/Jacqueline_Cochran/photographs/Bednrixrace1938JC.jpg==

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