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|Card#| Author/Title|

|410 | "Board to tap women in July" AF times. [[Underlined]] 36(Jan. 19, 1976): 10|
|411 | "Women soon to train as noncombat pilots" AF times 36(Nov. 26, 1975):2|
|412 | "Dangers to Female Pilots to be checked on planes." AF times [[Underlined]](March 21, 1977):2|
|413 | "First female to leave bows out at pilot school" AF times [[Underlined]] 37(Jan. 20, 1977):8| 
|414 | "UPT Test Program for Women to Continue;
9 more sought" AF Times [[Underlined]] 37 (July 18, 1977) :2|
|415 | "First Female Navigators Will Graduate Oct 12 "AF Times [[Underlined]] 38 (Sept. 26, 1977): 3|
|416 | Barnard, Richard C.  "Jackie Cochran: Famed Pilot Says Women Shouldn't Fight," AF Times Supplement The Times Magazine [[Underlined]] 38 (Jan 23, 1970)|
|417 | Eaker, Ira C. "Combat Duty for Women." AF Times 38 (Apr. 10, 1978): 17-18.| 
|418 | Dean, Paul. "Women in Flight, Women in Space." Monteray, CA Herald Weekend Magazine [[Underlined]] (2 March 1986): 13-14|
|419 | Young, successful, and First; Naval Aviator. Lt.(j.g.) Barbara Allen. "The Sat. Evn'g Post 246 (Oct 1974) 53+|
|420 | Shipman, Richard P. "The Female Naval Aviator: A Free Ride?" U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings 101 (Sept. 1975):84|
|421 | "Army's 1st Female Pilot Wins Helicopter Wings." Army 24(July 1974):43.
|422 | Bailey, Mildred C. "Army Women And a Decade of Progress." Army 24 (Oct. 1974):85-91.|
|423 | Burdette, Liz. "Making it in the Military" the 99 News 11 (Jan 1984): 17-19).|
|424 | Burgen, Michele.  "Winging it at 25,000 Feet" Ebony 33(Aug. 1978):58+|
|425 | Baxter, Gordon. "The Box Seat: The T-Shirt 206" Flying 103 (Dec. 1978):112|
|426 | Baxter, Gordon. "Cochran" Flying 101 (Sept. 1977):178|
|427 | Kroft, Virginia "Flying in the Face of Age" Sports Illustrated 42(January 13, 1975):28-31|
|428 | Bruer, John T. "Women in Science: Toward Equitable Participation" Science, Technology and Human Values 9(Sumr 1984):3-7|
|429 | Cardozo, Yvette. "Ashley Gumber: Flying High in Aircraft Soles and Service." Working Women 5(Jan. 1980):70-72|
|430 | Ruina, Edith.  Women in Science and Technology... 1973|
|431 | AIA. 1971/72 Aerospace Facts and Figures 1971|
|432 | AIA Aerospace Facts and Figures 1972/73  1972
|433 | AIA. Aerospace Facts and Figures 1973/74  1973|
|434 | AIA. Aerospace Facts and Figures 1974/75  1974|
|435 | AIA. Aerospace Facts and Figures 1975/76  1975|
|436 | AIA. Aerospace Facts and Figures 1976/77  1976.|
|437 | AIA. Aerospace Facts and Figures 1977/78  1977.|
|438 | AIA. 1978/79 Aerospace Facts and Figures  1978.|
|439 | AIA. Aerospace Facts and Figures 1979/80  1979.|
|440 | AIA Aerospace Facts and Figures 1980.  1980|
|441 | Smith, Elizabeth. Simpson. Breakthrough: Women in Aviation 1981|


Transcription Notes:
I am new at this and started at line 416 and ended with line 423. Any comments are greatly appreciated. I believe that in line 415, the word beginning with G that is left incomplete is "Graduate." Thank you!

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