The World at My Feet: The True (and Sometimes Hilarious) Adventures of a Lady Airline Captain

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WFS, Inc., 2004 - Biography & Autobiography - 247 pages
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"Not long ago, young women with mile-high dreams were limited to flying the skies only as passengers or flight attendants. But aviation has always progressed because of the dreams of its pioneers. Meryl Getline is one of those pioneers. She dreamed of being a pilot. She was never content to merely ride the plane, she wanted to fly it, too. Certain that she had the "right stuff", Meryl decided at a time when there was little or no opportunity for women, that she was going to be a captain for a major airline. Facing monumental challenges and against near-impossible odds, Meryl succeeded at her goal."--Publisher description.
 

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Contents

Mr Leon
8
Israel
21
A Very Red Army
39
UuunnnnggghhrT
52
Whose Learjet Is This Anyway?
69
l3 Boot Camp
83
l4 Fatigues and Green Tennies
95
l5 Skipping Through School
133
l7 One Mo Guvnah
147
l9 Lets Go To Smokey Joes
163
2l Buzzard? What Buzzard?
177
Iran
194
My Own Private Hollywood Bowl
214
Wing Walker
228
Afterword
241
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