After 110 Years of Aviation, Navy Gets Its First Black Female Fighter Pilot| MILITARY.COM
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After 110 Years of Aviation, Navy Gets Its First Black Female Fighter Pilot| MILITARY.COM

The U.S. Navy has its first Black female tactical jet pilot.

Lt. j.g. Madeline Swegle recently completed the service’s Tactical Air (Strike) training program in the T-45C Goshawk, the Navy announced Friday.

The milestone makes Swegle, a Naval Academy graduate, the first known Black woman who has been certified for the TACAIR mission, and she could go on to fly fighters such as the F/A-18E/F Super HornetEA-18G Growler or F-35C Joint Strike Fighter.

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