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Zimbabwe’s first Female Helicopter fighter Pilot Annita Mapiye a Nursing Mother dies in a crash.



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Zimbabwe’s first female helicopter fighter pilot Annita Mapiye a nursing Mother dies in a crash.

NewsReport Nigeria April 24, 2021


‘She just lately gave birth and this truth alone has devastated everybody who knew her and worked together with her’

NewsReport Nigeria gathered that Zimbabwe’s first female combat helicopter pilot was killed in a fiery helicopter crash in Arcturus, 32km east of Harare, on Friday.

This online information learned that the female combat fighter is just 31-year-old Flight Lieutenant Annita Mapiye, who has flown President Emmerson Mnangagwa, was killed with one other pilot, a wing commander, and a technician when an Air Power of Zimbabwe Bell 412 crashed right into a home within the Hukuru neighborhood.

A toddler who was on the ground died after the helicopter caught the fireplace, whereas a young woman and her mom are admitted to Parirenyatwa Hospital in Harare after struggling with burns.

Air Force of Zimbabwe commander Air Marshal Elson Moyo issued a press release providing his condolences however didn’t title the crash victims.

However, associates of Mapiye have been paying tribute to the history-making pilot on social media.

“She just lately gave a birth and this fact alone has devastated everybody who knew her and labored together with her,” a good friend stated.

The Air Force stated the crew, who took off from Manyame Air Drive Base, was on a “normal dealing with coaching sortie” over Seke and Domboshava after they misplaced contact, triggering a search and rescue effort.

Air Marshal Moyo stated an air accident investigation would start instantly to ascertain what triggered the crash.

Excessive flyer … Flight Lieutenant Annita Mapiya subsequent to the United States-assembled Bell 412 just like the one which killed her Historical past maker … Flight Lieutenant Annita Mapiye posing with a French-assembled Aérospatiale Alouette III
Mapiye joined the Air Force in 2012 at the age of 21.

In a 2019 interview, she stated: “The street to the place I’m at the moment was not a stroll within the park. We had been coaching with males, finishing up the identical duties with them, and we had been anticipated to carry out equally.
“That’s after I instructed myself that I can do what males can do, and that turned me on a regular basis motto, and the motto kept me going.”
Mapiye came fifth within the fundamental army coaching out of 46 paths.


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