PHOENIX – Today, the McSally for Senate campaign released a new ad highlighting Senator Martha McSally’s long history of being a fighter for our country. In the spot, Senator McSally recounts the obstacles she’s overcome, the barriers she broke, and her dedication to fighting for Arizona and our country.
Martha McSally: “I’m Martha McSally.
At 12 I lost my dad.
At 17 I became a survivor.
And at 18 I was told girls can’t be fighter pilots.
Then I became the first woman to fly a fighter jet in combat and help lead the air war after 9/11.
America faces serious challenges, but we will overcome them.
I approve this message because if you want flashy, you’ve got a guy. But if you want a fighter, I’m your girl.”
Use of military images and information do not imply endorsement by the Department of the Air Force or the Department of Defense. This ad was shot at no expense to the taxpayers. While Col. Martha McSally flew the A-10, the jet shown in this ad is a privately-owned plane used to illustrate how McSally broke barriers for women in the Air Force by being the first woman to fly a fighter jet in combat