Amelia Earhart

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first woman aviator to fly solo nonstop across the Atlantic (1928)


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The life of legendary aviator Amelia Earhart is set to be brought to the stage.
USNS Amelia Earhart is the sixth ship of the Lewis and Clark class of dry cargo-ammunition ships for the Navy.
The Amelia Earhart is scheduled to be delivered to the Navy's Military Sealift Command (MSC) in the fall of 2008.
A ROW has broken out between two Welsh villages because both claim to be the place where Amelia Earhart touched down to become the first woman to fly the Atlantic.
For those who share a sense of adventure with Amelia Earhart, this mission promises to be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be a part of history.
NORTH HOLLYWOOD - In 1937, aeronautical pioneer Amelia Earhart vanished without a trace over the vast Pacific.
EDO floats included models for many pioneering aviators, such as Leroy Grumman, Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart, James Doolittle and Admiral Richard Byrd.
When Amelia Earhart flewinto Carmarthenshire's Burry Port on June 18, 1928, she became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic.
Amelia Earhart, Thea Rasche, Fay Gillis and the other women pilots would show the Times and everybody else ``what for'' soon enough, but for now they had to come up with a name.
Soleil's first film project, "Fallacy," starring Agata and Cary Tagawa, along with John Savage, Stephen Baldwin, Gary Busey and Carlene Moore, will soon enter its final phases of production, and the company's second film project, "Earhart," a film which will reveal what really happened to Amelia Earhart, was just announced.
A Welsh seaside town, unwittingly, became a part of aviation history when the intrepid American flyer Amelia Earhart stepped ashore at the little harbour 70 years ago.
Trout, who died in January at 97, was known as a pioneering female pilot and Amelia Earhart contemporary.
On July 2, 1937 Amelia Earhart disappeared over the Pacific Ocean in her attempt to circumnavigate the world by airplane.
Just as Colonel Collins was inspired by Amelia Earhart, thousands of today's young women have been inspired by Colonel Collins," said Alma Martinez Fallon, president of the Society of Women Engineers.