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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.

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Ed Pendray Uses a Tracking Device

Pendray uses a tracking device during solid-fuel rocket flight tests in Midvale, New Jersey, 1937.

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Edward M. Thomas

Edward M. Thomas at Ramitelli in 1945.

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Eugen Sänger

Eugen Sänger, born in Pressnitz, Bohemia, Austria-Hungary, in 1905, published Rocket Flight Technology in 1933.

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First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt and Flight Instructor C. Alfred “Chief” Anderson

"Chief" Anderson took First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt flying.

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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.

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Frank E. Petersen

Frank E. Petersen served as a combat pilot in the Korean and Vietnam wars.

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Frank Joseph Malina

Frank Joseph Malina, born in Brenham, Texas, in 1912, became the first director of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in 1944.

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Frank Schilt in the Curtiss R3C-2

Frank Schilt competed in the 1926 Schneider Trophy competition.

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Fred Weick stands by his Weick W-1A

Fred Weick stands by his Weick W-1A which became the successful Ercoupe.

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