Andy Meek, Fast Company, February 27, 2015

Carey Lohrenz became one of the first female combat pilots in the Navy by not taking no for an answer. She’s the daughter of a former Marine Corps pilot, the sister of a naval aviator, and the wife of a former Marine Corps pilot. She set her mind early to earning her wings—never mind the ban on women flying combat aircraft that was still in place when she first started training at Aviation Officer Candidate School in Pensacola, Florida. […read more]