Pearl Harbor: 1st US pilot to encounter Japanese during attack was a female aviator

Pearl Harbor, USAF, Pilot, Cornelia Clark Fort, video still
Pearl Harbor, USAF, Pilot, Cornelia Clark Fort, video still

Cornelia C. Fort was the 1st U.S. pilot to encounter Japanese air fleet during the attack on Pearl Harbor, Hawaii on December 7th, 1941.


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