Meet 64-year-old Brenda Robinson the 1st Black female pilot in US Navy history

Meet 64-year-old Brenda Robinson the 1st Black female pilot in US Navy history

- The 1st Black female pilot in US Navy history is Brenda E. Robinson who is currently 64

- Brenda was also the 1st Black woman in Dowling College's history to graduate with a degree in Aeronautics

- The brilliant woman is also an inductee of the International Pioneer Hall of Fame due to her remarkable feats

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A 64-year-old Black woman named Brenda E. Robinson who was born in 1956 at Pennsylvania is known to be the 1st African-American woman to earn the Wings of Gold in the US Navy.

According to Face2FaceAfrica.com, Brenda was the 59th woman to enter the Navy’s training program and became the 42nd to earn her wings before emerging as the first black woman to earn Wings of Gold.

It is indicated that Brenda who was born to Susan and Edward Robinson is an inductee of the International Pioneer Hall of Fame due to her remarkable feat.

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The life story of the 64-year-old Brenda E. Robinson makes it clear that she has been a trailblazer in a number of endeavours.

Prior to earning the Wings of Gold, Brenda studied aeronautics at Dowling College in Oakdale, New York, where she became the first black woman in Dowling’s history to graduate with a degree in Aeronautics.

Reports indicate that is was in 1992 that Robinson transitioned to the Naval Reserves and was hired by American Airlines.

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At the American Airliners, she was among the very first African-American female pilots and flew with them for 17 years aboard Boeing 727, 757, and 767 aircrafts.

In other news regarding remarkable achievements of Blacks, it has been revealed that the prominent fact of 50 Cent surviving nine gunshots was made possible by a Ghanaian surgeon by name Dr Moses DeGraft-Johnson.

According to Omgvoice.com who compiled a news report, the long time secret was made public by Lawyer William Bubsey, who is currently representing Dr. Moses in his 52-count Federal indictment for committing $23 million insurance fraud.

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