Beata Warmuzek

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The incredibly badass Russian Night Witches. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/15/world/europe/nadezhda-popova-ww-ii-night-witch-dies-at-91.html?smid=pin-share&_r=0

Nadezhda Popova (standing) with some of her fellow ‘Night Witches’ In late 1941 Stalin signed an order to establish three all-women Air Force units to be grouped into separate fighter, dive bomber and.

Captain Marina Raskova, Soviet Pilot and Navigator, one of the first women, awarded Hero of Soviet Union (1912-1943)

Aviator Babe ~Captain Marina Raskova, Soviet Pilot and Navigator, one of the first women, awarded Hero of Soviet Union

Fearless: Maureen clocked up more than 800 hours flying during WWII - Maureen Dunlop de Popp, a female pilot who flew Spitfires, Lancasters and Hurricanes during the Second World War, has died aged 91. She became one of a small group of female pilots based at White Waltham in Berkshire who were trained to fly 38 types of aircraft between factories and military airfields across the country. Her sex meant she was not allowed to fly in combat but her duties were still not without danger.

Maureen Dunlop de Popp: a pioneering female pilot (WWII), became a cover girl sensation.proving women could be as well as glamorous - and integral to the war effort.

At the time of her death in 1980, pioneer American aviator Jacqueline Cochran held more speed, altitude, and distance records than any other male or female pilot in aviation history. She was also the first woman to break the sound barrier, doing so in 1953 in an F-86 Sabre jet.

At the time of her death in pioneer American aviator Jacqueline Cochran held more speed, altitude, and distance records than any other male or female pilot in aviation history. She was also the first woman to break the sound barrier in

Maureen Dunlop, WW2 Spitfire pilot... @Alex Leichtman Green

Maureen Adele Chase Dunlop de Popp October 1920 – 29 May née Dunlop, was an Anglo-Argentine pilot who flew for the British Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) during World War II, and became notable as a pin-up on the cover of the Picture Post magazine.

In 1811, Lyme Regis fossil hunter Mary Anning - aged just 12 - and her older brother Joseph unearthed the 2m (6.5ft) long skull of an ichthyosaur.  Anning spent a year extracting the dinosaur fossil from 205 million-year-old Blue Lias cliffs on the beach.  It remains one of the most famous geological finds on the Jurassic Coast, yet Anning was never credited as a scientist.

Mary Anning with her dog, Tray, painted before 1833 when her dog was killed by a landslide;

mary anning

Searching for the missing women of geology, Suzanne Pilaar Birch asks if this could be the only existing photograph of renowned palaeontologist and geologist Mary Anning

Elizabeth Philpot early nineteenth century fossil collector and amateur palaeontologist

Elizabeth Philpot, paleontologist fossil hunter (prehistoric fish) and subject of the new Tracy Chevalier novel Remarkable Creatures.