Hornet's Nest: The Experiences of One of the Navy's First Female Fighter Pilots (Book) - 5/8/2006 10:54:46 AM
Interesting how she plays herself off as an F-18 pilot when she washed out of training went to a Congress woman to get reinstated and washed out again. Classic example of Missy not being accountable for her own actions. It's the Navy's fault she wasn't a good enough pilot not hers. So is the next logical step go out and write a book smearing the Navy for having flight standards that she couldn't meet? This shows a gross lack of professionalism and void of maturity. I don't have much respect for an individual such as her and am thankful that our Navy maintains such strict standards.
Hornet's Nest: The Experiences of One of the Navy's First Female Fighter Pilots (Book) - 4/7/2002 1:36:41 PM
This is as accurately depicted as it can be without requiring your actual presence. As someone who has shared some of the events side-by-side with Missy, I know them to be true in every sense. She has been without fear of criticism from her fellow female pilots which has endeared her to anyone who has dared to speak out publically against what even women have come to expect!