Giclée prints are signed by the artist and numbered
499 Limited Editions....$125
42" x 22"
Betty Gillies approaches a Republic P-47 to begin preflight inspection.
In 1942, Gillies was the first pilot to qualify for the Women's Auxiliary Ferrying Squadron. She entered the WAFS on September 12, 1942. At this time, she had amassed 14 years of flying experience, running up a total of 1,400 flying hours to her credit and held various aeronautical ratings.