Today in Asian American Pacific Islander Transportation History – May 11: Hazel Ying Lee — Transportation History


The Los Angeles Times highlighted an important but increasingly overlooked aviation pioneer from the World War II era. Hazel Ying Lee was the first Chinese-American woman to fly in support of U.S. military efforts, and the article in the Los Angeles Times focused on a 1944 letter from her to one of her still-surviving relatives. […]

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2 thoughts on “Today in Asian American Pacific Islander Transportation History – May 11: Hazel Ying Lee — Transportation History

  1. GP Cox May 12, 2018 / 10:57 am

    A sad ending to an honorable effort.

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