Jessica Cox, a graduate of psychology from University of Arizona, has become the first licensed pilot without arms.
Born with a rare genetic defect, she does most things with her feet.
The amazing lady has achieved other feats like having a black belt in taekwondo.
Jessica also participated in the 40-mile category of El Tour de Tuscon
The pilot wrote an autobiographical book titled Disarm Your Limits Impossibility is nothing and could even be an inspiration.
Jessica Coxâ€™s story is one of that. Despite the fact that she was born without arms due to her rare genetic defect, she has never allowed that to stop her from living a full life.
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The pilot also plays the piano as well as scuba diving. At the top of her achievements is that she is the first licensed pilot without arms.
Jessica said many always see her not having arms as a limiting factor, but she is here to prove them all wrong.
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She got her license on October 10, 2008 after she trained for three years and seen fit to be able to fly light-sport aircraft at 10,000 feet. Her can-do spirit had always been an obvious part of her as she finished the 40-mile part of El Tour de Tuscon, and in 2015 authored a self-help book, Disarm Your Limits, an autobiographical account of her life that inspires.
The pilot graduated from the University of Arizona in 2005 with a degree in psychology with a minor in communications.
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