With a nod to Mother’s Day, the Heritage Flight Museum at Bayview Airport opened its doors Saturday to an event spotlighting female aviators from the WWII era. Navy Lt. Slavomira Haywas and her son Taras (pictured) were among those in the audience for numerous fly-bys and a slide presentation about Cornelia Fort. Fort, who ultimately died in service as one of the first American female aviators, was a civilian flight instructor who was actually in the air when the first wave of Japanese aircraft hit U.S. Naval forces in Pearl Harbor. It was a fascinating day. More photos soon…
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