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She's Got Grit: Advice to new leaders

Some of the best advice for new leaders compiled from Grit Project Profiles, from leaders in every service and hundreds of years of combined experience. You wont want to miss this.

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She's Got Grit: Born to fly: A Conversation with WWII Woman Test Pilot Alyce Rohrer

Alyce Rohrer was born to fly. After earning her private pilot license at 15, she lied about her age to get into Jackie Cochran's WASP program, and she soars still today.

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She's Got Grit: "They told me I couldn't": Talking to WWII Woman Test Pilot Edna Davis

Edna Davis wasn't about to take no for an answer or let anything get in her way. Leaders rarely do. From a midwestern girl to the first woman to fly the B26 Marauder, don't miss her story of courage and grit.

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She's Got Grit: ALL FOCUS with woman fighter pilot and leader

At 400 knots, three feet away from her wingman, female fighter pilot and woman aviation leader Tammy Barlette is focused and unafraid.

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