2015 Women in Aviation

Col. Caroline Evernham, 315th Operations Group commander, presents a Charleston T-tail placard to guest speaker Maj. Christina "Thumper" Hopper, 71st Flying Training Wing, after the pioneer pilot spoke to local school girls during the 8th Annual Joint base Charleston Women in Aviation Career Day on March 24. Hopper was the first African-American woman fighter pilot to fly combat missions during a major war. Over 100 eighth and ninth-grade girls from 18 Charleston-area schools visited Joint Base Charlestonto learn about jobs in aviation as part of the 8th annual Women in Aviation Career Day. (U.S. Air Force Photo / Michael Dukes)

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