Elizabeth "Liz" Strohfus, WASP Pilot/Co-pilot

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Elizabeth "Liz" Strohfus ("Betty" Wall back in 1944), Women's Air Force Service Pilots (WASP) Pilot & Co-pilot. Liz  was interviewed about her extensive career in aviation by Al Malmberg on Thunderbird Aviation's World of Aviation podcast. She flew the B-17, B-26, P-39, AT-6, and F-16. She was at the Las Vegas Gunnery School in 1944 and among other things flew and towed the targets!
 
There is an excellent autobiography available about Liz's life experiences.
There is also a well written chapter about Liz in War Stories II by Al Zdon (2010)
 
See also her You Tube video at Air Expo.
 
And Minnesota Public Radio article (and above video).
 
Liz Strohfus's Granddaughter, Liz, Myron Asper, and Steve Marks at Air Expo 2011.

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