Kodiak-based Coast Guard aircrew conducts first all-female HC-130J flight
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Apr 7, 2021
Kodiak, AK - A Coast Guard Air Station Kodiak all-female aircrew poses for a photo before taking the first all-female flight in U.S. history aboard an HC-130J Super Hercules aircraft at Base Kodiak, Alaska, May 26, 2020. To date, females in U.S. Coast Guard aviation comprise less than ten percent of the aviation community, throughout the service. U.S. Coast Guard photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Lauren Dean.


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