[Lincoln, England; November 12. Image via Getty]

LINCOLN, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 12: Flight Lieutenant Kirsty Moore, the first ever female Red Arrows pilot smiles after landing her aircraft during the launch of the 2010 team line-up at RAF Scampton on November 12, 2009 in Lincoln, England. Flight Lieutenant Moore, from Lincolnshire, makes history by becoming the first female Red Arrow pilot. Earlier in her RAF career, the 31-year-old served as a Qualified Flying Instructor, teaching students to fly the advanced fast jet trainer at RAF Valley, before flying the Tornado GR4 on operations in Iraq. (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)