Bessie colman was an American civil aviator who was better known as Queen Bess. She was the first woman of African American and Native American descent to hold a pilot license. In 1921, she received her international pilot license in France because no flight school in America would train a colored woman. Her goals were to expose her people to the world of aviation in she desired to speak to audiences of children to inspire them to get involved in the flight industry. In 1926, Queen best tragically fell to her death while practicing for one of her famous stunt shows. Evidence later indicated her plane may have been tampered with. In 2006, queen Bess was inducted into the national aviation Hall of Fame. We salute aviator bestie Comey.