Vernice ‘Flygirl’ Armour Is America’s First African-American Female Combat Pilot

DENVER (CBS4) – In a time where there is so much going on in the world, CBS4 likes to take time and recognize our American heroes.

Earlier this week CBS4’s Gloria Neal sat down with a Tuskegee Airman; a pilot who helped this country win World War II. (READ THE STORY: Tuskegee Airmen From Colorado Inspire Younger Generations)

On Sunday CBS4 turned attention to Vernice “Flygirl” Armour. She’s America’s first African-American female combat pilot and now an author. She served two tours as a combat pilot in Iraq.

Watch Armour’s interview in the video below:

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