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Breakthroughs aren’t about the big moments. They come from committed, consistent action over time, even in the seemingly small moments of life.
Vernice “FlyGirl” Armour, who will be presenting as a Thought Leader at the 2013 NAA Education Conference & Exposition, June 19-22 in San Diego, is proof of her own motto.
After working as a beat cop, Armour became the United States Marine Corps’ first African-American female pilot—and, shortly thereafter, combat pilot—in a record-breaking three years.
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