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Coch·ran

 (kŏk′rən), Jacqueline 1906?-1980.
American aviator who held numerous national and international speed records and headed the Women's Air Force Service Pilots during World War II.
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Noun1.Cochran - United States aviator who held several speed records and headed the women's Air Force pilots in World War II (1910-1980)Cochran - United States aviator who held several speed records and headed the women's Air Force pilots in World War II (1910-1980)
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