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On June 4, 1974, then 2nd Lt. Sally Murphy became the 1st female U.S. Army helicopter pilot to graduate from flight school and receive her wings, paving the way for countless more women to join the ranks in aviation. Including two #ArmyROTCAlumni: Capt. Abigail Blount from University of Tennessee Knoxville Army ROTC, and Capt. Holly Sovine, from Appalachian State University’s ROTC. #HerStory | #WHM2021 Military, Warrant Officer, Boeing Ch 47 Chinook, Military Women, Joining The Military, Joining The Army, Becoming A Pilot, State University, Helicopter Pilots

On June 4, 1974, then 2nd Lt. Sally Murphy became the 1st female U.S. Army helicopter pilot to graduate from flight school and receive her wings, paving the way for countless more women to join the ranks in aviation. Including two #ArmyROTCAlumni: Capt. Abigail Blount from University of Tennessee Knoxville Army ROTC, and Capt. Holly Sovine, from Appalachian State University’s ROTC. #HerStory | #WHM2021

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