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Various articles have been written about Dorothy Swain Lewis, some celebrating her WWII service, and remarkable achievements as a pilot instructor of Navy pilots, and later service as a member of the WASP. The fact that she flew the B-25 bomber as well as other advanced military aircraft is part of a story that so many people were unaware of until fairly recently.

Article on High Ground Statue One recent article discusses the placement of the Trainee Statue on the Honor Court at the US Air Force Academy and HighGround, as well as Dot's bronze bust of Jacqueline Cochran at the Thermal airport. (click Here or on the image for the full view)

Another one, more recent, was published in the magazine for the US Air Force Association, FRIENDS, and contains a picture of the statue placed at the US Air Force Museum in Dayton Ohio. (click Here or on the image for the full view)

Other articles have highlighted her achievements in art and education, the Fine Arts Festival at the Orme School in Arizona, or her work at ISOMATA, or simply the quality of her art which relates so much to the Western mountains and plains that she has lived in.

Riverside County Press-Examiner Riverside County Press-Examiner

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