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Meet Major Mandisa Mfeka, South Africa’s First Black Female Combat Pilot

Mandisa Mfeka joined the South African Air Force in 2008 and earned her wings a year after starting flying school in 2010. Now she is South Africa’s first black female combat pilot.

Meet Major Mandisa Mfeka, South Africa’s First Black Female Combat Pilot
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