Mary Silitch, Two Others, Inducted Into Arkansas Aviation Hall Of Fame

The Arkansas Aviation Historical Society inducted Mary F. Silitch, an Arkansas native, into the society’s Hall of Fame Oct. 28. She set a world speed record in the 1980s for light turbine amphibian planes and became the first female editor of a national aviation magazine. Silitch was also the first...

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