Military Fly Moms ~ Sharing Memories, Building Legacies, Inspiring Hope, is a coffee-table style collection of biographies of the inspiring true stories of women who shared the same two dreams—becoming aviators in the military, and being moms. The stories and photographs are unique, but together they weave a beautiful tapestry that tells a bigger story and passes on a lasting legacy to inspire moms and future generations to reach for their dreams.
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Linda Maloney, one of the first women in U.S. history to join a combat military flying squadron, is a retired military aviator and officer and a recipient of numerous military awards, including the distinguished air medal for combat, awarded for flights flown over Southern Iraq in support of the no-fly zone during her deployment to the Arabian Gulf.
Along with her passion to share the stories from Military Fly Moms, Linda is a motivational speaker highlighting the importance of passing down a lasting legacy to future generations. She is also actively involved in several mentoring programs in which she encourages young people, especially young women, to reach beyond the boundless ceiling of success.
She recently started My Mom Flies, a women/mom focused company, which encourages and supports moms who are managing family and career priorities while striving to achieve balance and margin in their lives. She currently lives in Rhode Island with her husband, Dan, and two young sons.