An Air Force pilot has made history by becoming one of the first Air Force service members to fly a supersonic aircraft while pregnant.  Maj. Lauren Olme, assistant director of operations for the 77th Weapons Squadron at Dyess Air Force Base near Abilene, Texas, flew a B-1 Lancer, a supersonic bomber.  Olme’s child has also become “one of the first babies the Department of Defense to clock 9. 
Maj. Lauren Olme’s accomplishment of flying a supersonic aircraft while pregnant has broken barriers and made history in the Air Force. Her dedication to serving her country and passion for flying is truly remarkable. Olme’s story serves as an inspiration, proving that women are capable of achieving great things even in non-traditional roles. Her achievement will undoubtedly pave the way for other women to follow their dreams and break gender stereotypes in the field of aviation.
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