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Amelia Earhart's Flying Career
Besides her records and firsts, Amelia Earhart won the U.S. Distinguished Flying Cross and twice won the Harmon Trophy.
Amelia Earhart, Ruth Nichols, and Louise Thaden
Three record-setting women pilots but Amelia Earhart soloed the Atlantic to gain more respect.
Anderson and Forsythe and the Spirit of Booker T. Washington
The naming of the Spirit of Booker T. Washington reflected the principles and aims of the Tuskegee Institute.
Anderson and Forsythe and the Governor of the Bahamas
Anderson and Forsythe meet with the governor of the Bahamas.
Anderson and Forsythe at Nassau
The Lambert Monocoupe was a proven aircraft capable of making the flight.
Anderson and Forsythe Study a Map
C. Alfred Anderson and Albert E. Forsythe study a map near Wichita, Kansas, during their cross-country flight in 1933.
Anne and Charles Lindbergh in Alaska
Anne Lindbergh (seated in dog sled) and Charles Lindbergh (behind her) pose with residents of Point Barrow, Alaska.
Anne Morrow Lindbergh received the female Harmon Trophy and the Veteran Wireless Operators medal for a wireless communications record of 3,000 miles.
Armament Technician John T. Fields
John T. Fields, an armament technician, loads a P-51 with .50 caliber ammunition.