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Commander Pauline Gower MBE was given the task of organising the women's section of the ATA.

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Commander Pauline Gower MBE was given the task of organising the women's section of the ATA.
The first eight women pilots were accepted into service on 1 January 1940,
initially only cleared to fly Tiger Moths from their base in Hatfield. They were:
Joan Hughes, Margaret Cunnison, Mona Friedlander, Rosemary Rees, Marion Wilberforce,
Margaret Fairweather, Gabrielle Patterson, and Winifred Crossley Fair. Overall during
World War II there were 166 women pilots, one in eight of all ATA pilots,
and they volunteered from Britain, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa,
the United States, the Netherlands and Poland. From Argentina and Chile came Maureen Dunlop
and Margot Duhalde. Fifteen of these women lost their lives in the air,
including the British pioneer aviator Amy Johnson.

Polyester Polo Shirt
130-190 grms polyester mesh fabric.

Sublimation print colour will never fade out.
Advantage of sublimation Printing:

With fully sublimation printing, it can be printed on every inch of the Polo Shirt, from neck to seam, and across the entire sleeve. The ink is impregnated into the fabric in gas form and it cannot therefore be felt on the surface.

  • Quick dry.
  • Breathable.

The Polo shirts are truly striking, the sublimated fabric Polo Shirts are made from a moisture management fabric, designed to move the moisture away from the body of the garment this does not impede the technical performance of the fabric. Sublimated designs will not fade, shrink or crack.

These are a specialist line that have to be ordered and will take approx  21 days for delivery.