Angeline Bosha

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Angeline Bosha

Flight-Lieutenant Angeline Bosha is the first female fighter jet pilot of the Airforce of Zimbabwe.

Background

Husband

In a 2020 interview with the BBC, Bosha said she was married but did not reveal the name of her husband.[1]

Education

Bosha qualified as a fighter jet pilot after she completed a year-long training course in China in 2018. She was the only female student in a class of 14 pilots from across the world. Bosha did not attend the course because of affirmative action but because she met the required criteria for a fighter jet pilot.[2]

Videos

Angeline Bosha: 'I'm Zimbabwe's first female jet fighter pilot' - BBC Africa

References

  1. Angeline Bosha: 'I'm Zimbabwe's first female jet fighter pilot' - BBC Africa, YouTube, Published: April 23, 2020, Retrieved: April 26, 2021
  2. Mukudzei Chingwere, Bosha makes AFZ history, The Herald, Published: March 11, 2019, Retrieved: April 26, 2021