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Earhart and the Transcontinental Air Transport
Amelia Earhart with Charles and Anne Lindbergh (right) for TAT's first two-day cross-country service by train and Ford Trimotor in 1929.
Ed Pendray Uses a Tracking Device
Pendray uses a tracking device during solid-fuel rocket flight tests in Midvale, New Jersey, 1937.
Eugen Sänger, born in Pressnitz, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary, in 1905, published Rocket Flight Technology in 1933.
First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and Flight Instructor C. Alfred “Chief” Anderson
"Chief" Anderson took First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt flying.
Flight instructor Neta Snook with Amelia Earhart
A student pilot in 1921, Amelia Earhart became the 16th woman to received an FAI pilot's license, in 1923.
Frank E. Petersen
Frank E. Petersen served as a combat pilot in the Korean and Vietnam wars.
Frank Joseph Malina
Frank Joseph Malina, born in Brenham, Texas, in 1912, became the first director of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in 1944.
Frank Schilt in the Curtiss R3C-2
Frank Schilt competed in the 1926 Schneider Trophy competition.