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Virginia Caraline Moffatt
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Birth: May 22, 1912
Platte County
Wyoming, USA
Death: Oct. 5, 1943
San Bernardino County
California, USA

6th Ferry Group, 1st Ferrying Squadron

She was the daughter of Captain Louis MacGregor Moffatt and Annetta 'Nettie' Inez Palmer of Laramie and Platte, Wyoming. Her siblings were Hilda F Moffatt, Juliet Isabella Moffatt, Jocelyn Elfrieda Moffatt Davie, and Eleanore L Moffatt.

She was a graduate of Fremont High School, Los Angeles, California.

She entered AAF flight training 19 December 1943 at Houston Municipal Airport, and graduated 28 May 1943 at Avenger Field, Sweetwater, Texas.

She was a ferry pilot, and had been stationed at Long Beach Army Air Base, California.

She was killed in BT-15 # 42-42169 on a routine flight due to a stall and subsequent spin of the aircraft. The crash occurred approximately 3/4 mile east of the Cal Aero Academy Airfield at Chino, California.

She was one of thirty-eight WWII WASPs killed while in the service of their country.

Many thanks to contributor ShaneO for the kind assistance with Ms Moffat's burial location.
Family links: 
  Louis McGregor Moffatt (1871 - 1917)
  Annetta Inez Palmer Moffatt (1873 - 1963)
  Jocelyn Elfrieda Moffatt Davie (1907 - 1995)*
  Virginia Caraline Moffatt (1912 - 1943)
*Calculated relationship
Inglewood Park Cemetery
Los Angeles County
California, USA
Created by: B24CoPilotNiece
Record added: May 31, 2011
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Virginia Caraline Moffatt
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WE Salute The 38 WASP Lost In Service During World War Two. "Operation Celestial Flight" Marked All Of Their Graves With Bronze Veteran Flag Holders. God Bless Them All!
- Chaplain Clemens
 Added: Feb. 22, 2017
Thank you for your ultimate sacrifice.
- Lily Virdell
 Added: Dec. 27, 2016

- Birdgirl
 Added: Dec. 17, 2016
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