Proving she can’t be type cast, Roselyn Russel portrays a girl pilot in this world travelling, adventurous romance. Dive bombers fly over the Japanese held islands of the South Pacific. First, we need to tell some back story, and roll the clock back to 1938, and girl pilot, Toni Carter makes her first impression on the manly world of rowdy flyerss. Breaking into the all men’s club carries over to leisure areas as well. Why is there predjudice against the girl flyer? Why is there so much resistance to her solo flight? Randy slowly softens his world, and lets the lady flyer in, but will the separations in flight be too much strain on the budding romance?
In the commercial break, Cecil B DeMille pitches the need for women workers to work in defense plants. They will both support the war, and keep the home fires burning. It’s the patriotic thing to do.
Planes race into the night, and Toni goes over last moment strategies to win the competition. Cruising at heights of 19,000 feet, finds herself in trouble when she gets lost, and comes in dead last. How will that help, or hurt her in the cooling relationship with Randy? The pilots take on their own jobs to transport cargo in record breaking time. The girl pilot manages to also get the attention of news headlines with her feats. Is Paul emerging as a new romance in Toni’s life?
There’s just one thing Toni wants to do before she trades in her flight wings for wedding bells, she wants to fly around the world at the equator. War clouds are rising in the Pacific. Will her milestone flight be preempted by the government? Is there an even bigger job she can do for her country? Her secret, and risky mission can’t even be shared with Paul. Amid news fanfare, she meets her navigator, Randy. Is there a chance flames might be rekindled? Is it possible her mission over the Pacific has been compromised? There’s just one thing that could be more dangerous, a flight without her navigator over hostile skies.