Martha Mcsally

East Texas Speakers Forum postpones Col. Martha McSally event in Marshall

A planned speaking event this week in Marshall featuring the nation’s first female combat fighter pilot has been postponed. The East Texas Speakers Forum said the planned Thursday event with Martha McSally has been delayed “due to circumstances beyond anyone’s control.”. Tickets bought for the original date...
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Willcox student among first 11 Martha McSally “Dare To Fly” Scholars

McSally is partnering with Arizona Community Foundation, awarding nearly $50k in scholarships to Arizona students for 22-23 academic year. Tucson, AZ—Martha McSally, in partnership with the Arizona Community Foundation, announced the inaugural class of “Martha McSally Dare to Fly Scholars” for Academic Year 2022-2023. Over 300 students applied for the first-ever Dare to Fly scholarship, and 11 scholars were selected by a committee after reviewing applications and interviewing the top applicants. In addition to financial scholarships, winners will participate in mentoring, networking, and other opportunities for support and growth as they pursue their education.

This Day in RI History: March 22, 1966, Martha McSally is born

Former Arizona Sentator Martha McSally was born on March 22, 1966 in Warwick, RI. She attended Bay View Academy and later received a B.S. in Biology from the United States Air Force Academy as well as a Master’s Degree from the JFK School of Government at Harvard University. As...

1991: Martha McSally

Lt. Col. Martha McSally is the first female fighter pilot in combat in the U.S. Air Force. She achieved this first in 1991 after Congress had struck down a law barring women from flying warplanes in combat. McSally has since moved into politics and was sworn into the Arizona Senate in 2019.

Former Sen. Martha McSally honored by Entrepreneurs’ Organization

WINDSOR LOCKS, Conn. (WTNH) — March 8 marked International Women’s Day, an opportunity to honor those who have accomplished incredible things. The Connecticut chapter of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization welcomed former Sen. Martha McSally (R-Ariz.) at the New England Air Museum for a special event. McSally, who is originally from New England, served as a congresswoman and […]
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Little Known Characters in America: Martha McSally

Martha Elizabeth McSally (March 22, 1966) McSally is the first U.S. woman to fly in combat and also the first to command a fighter squadron. She retired from the Air Force in 2010 achieving the rank of colonel. Beginning her career in politics, McSally was elected to the House of...