Hazel Ying Lee was one of the first two Chinese Americans in the Women Air Force Service Pilots. Members of the WASP program were the first brave women to fly American military aircraft, forever changing the role of women in aviation. Their dedicated service and record of excellence served as a gateway for future Airmen.
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