When she was hired in 1936, Bourke-White was the first female photojournalist at LIFE. She went on to become the first female war correspondent, and the first woman authorized to fly on a combat mission. (via Rare Full Color Photos From World War II | Mental Floss)

When she was hired in 1936, Bourke-White was the first female photojournalist at LIFE. She went on to become the first female war correspondent, and the first woman authorized to fly on a combat mission. (via Rare Full Color Photos From World War II | Mental Floss)

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