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The achievements of Nancy Walton

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Nancy Walton achieved many things. Being the youngest commercial female pilot in Australia, she also achieved that. As she started off small-time, and had big dreams, not many people took her seriously. Instead of backing-off after this minor set-back, she still kept on improving and learning more about flying. After a while, people started to take her seriously. She also started some charity work. She saved lives of people using her Gipsy Moth airplane to take people to hospitals from Darwin.

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