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Amelia Earhart - 1st woman to receive the US Distinguished Flying Cross, multiple aviation record-holder, 1st aviatrix to fly solo across the Atlantic


poem of the day and tribute to Amelia Earhart: Voices of the Air by Katherine Mansfield

Never should a women go missing, under any circumstances. Yes, we can do it ! ~ they are fairly certain that they have finally found Amelia Erhardt's plane 600 ft under water, but need to go back with the technology to go down and check it out further.


Has Amelia Earhart's plane finally been found? Not so fast

Amelia Earhart "A single act of kindness throws out roots in all directions, and the roots spring up and make new trees. The greatest work that kindness does to others is that it makes them kind themselves." ~ Amelia Earhart


Amelia Earhart and Eleanor Roosevelt, 1935. Inspired by Earhart’s example, Roosevelt wanted to obtain a pilot’s license, although her husband rejected the idea. Earhart was a frequent visitor to the White House and was likewise influenced by Roosevelt. She supported the first lady’s efforts to improve the lives of working women and joined her campaign to promote world peace.


11 grandes misterios sin resolver en la historia de la human

¿Qué pasó con Amelia Earhart? La famosa aviadora Amelia Earhart desapareció junto con el navegante Fred Noonan durante un intento por volar alrededor del mundo en 1937. misterios sin Las teorías sobre su destino incluyeron una que el avión de Earhart fue obligado a bajar por los japoneses alrededor de las Islas Marshall. La otra es que Earhart regresó en secreto a los Estados Unidos y que el gobierno le dio una nueva identidad


Amelia Earhart Gets Google Logo For 115th Birthday

115th birthday of Amelia Mary Earhart, a noted American aviation pioneer and author. Earhart was the first aviatrix to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean.


Amelia Earhart on Marriage

“I cannot guarantee to endure at all times the confinements of even an attractive cage.” ~ Amelia Earhart on Marriage


Amelia Earhart sent her final radio transmission on July 2, 1937. She and Fred Noonan disappeared in the final minutes of a flight from Lae,‭ New Guinea, to Howland Island in the Pacific. At 07:42 local time, as she flew toward the target destination, Earhart called the Coast Guard cutter Itasca, stationed at Howland Island for support. "We must be on you, but cannot see you -- but gas is running low," she said. Earhart's final inflight radio message went out an hour later, at 08:43.


Amelia Earhart's Fate Reconstructed: A new paper has reconstructed what may have happened to the legendary aviator 75 years ago. Written by Thomas King, the senior archaeologist on Amelia Earhart search project, the paper summarizes 23 years of research by the International Group for Historic Aircraft Recovery (or TIGHAR). Earhart and navigator Fred Noonan probably landed their Lockheed Electra 10E safely on Nikumaroro, made repeated efforts to radio for help, and eventually died as…