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She reported to VT-21 in Kingsville, Texas to complete the Tactical Air Strike pilot training syllabus, which she completed on July 7, 2020, making her the first black female tactical jet pilot in the U.S. Navy.
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- Media related to Madeline Swegle at Wikimedia Commons