Elizabeth “Betty” Evert Greene, Class 43-W-5 first assignment after WASP training was at Camp Davis flying an A-24 Dauntless on radar tracking missions as well as both day and night missions flying a B-34 towing targets.
After WWII, Betty helped found Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF) and served as a pilot on missions in Mexico, Peru, New Guinea, and Africa to deliver medical supplies, ferry students and missionaries, and support disaster relief and community development. Betty was the first woman to fly across the Andes Mountains and the first female pilot in Nigeria. She was inducted into the WAI Pioneer Hall of Fame in 2017.
Watch her induction video here: https://youtu.be/tHEMonzKu44