By Sam McGowan Most historical accounts of World War II aviation relate the experiences of commissioned officers, men who obtained their wings through completion of a military pilot training program. Yet, throughout World War II large numbers of pilots served in the military who either weren’t commissioned or had received their aeronautical rating as a military pilot without having completed a military undergraduate pilot training course. Others, including several thousand women, were employe


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