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Amelia Earhart stepping out of the cabin of a plane at Curtiss Field. Eighty Years Since Earhart's Disappearance July 2, 2017 marks eighty years since pioneer aviator Amelia Earhart disappeared during her circumnavigational flight around the world. Earhart's many accomplishments include being the first female aviator to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean, [...]
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