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    Amelia Earhart Legacy

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    Amelia Earhart is one of the most famous women of history. Even though she is not with us today, her legacy will live on. She was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic, and a few years later she became the best-known female flier in America. Amelia was one of the few women who stood up for equal rights for women at the time. In her free time she collected newspaper articles and pictures of women who were successful in male-dominated fields such as film, law, science, management, and…

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    Amelia Earhart Theory

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    Many mysteries appear in both American and world history. There are many holes in history with missing information. It’s nearly impossible to know the answer to every unsolved mystery, but if society doesn’t try to further understand; we couldn’t possibly be successful when trying to fill in the gaps of history. One unsolved mystery that I found eye catching was the mysterious disappearance of Amelia Earhart. Many are familar with Amelia Earhart’s accomplishments and what was known as her…

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    Amelia Earhart, the great female pilot of her time, is a great role model for children of today. She taught that women can do what they want if they believed in themselves. She showed courage and bravery by piloting aircrafts in the 1920s-1930s. Earhart had a strong passion for flying. The fact that Earhart is a woman shows the world that women can do anything a man can do. Not only that, but she was also daring by doing actions no one on Earth would be willing to do. Throughout Earhart’s life,…

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    The US Army uses Composite Risk Management (CRM) to mitigate risk for all aspects of training and wartime operations, along with a Risk Assessment Worksheet for aircrews (Headquarters Department of the Army, 2006). While understanding the training aviators go through to evaluate risk, we will look at the stressors of always completing a mission, and the pressure of getting the job done. Problem Statement How do pilots mitigate risk when it relates to human factors? They should look at all of the…

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    Amelia Earhart’s Disappearance Amelia Earhart was a very important woman in history. She was a role model for women and pilots all around the world. But something happened to her that has confused people and scientists for years. “July 2,1937, Amelia Earhart and Fredrick Noonan were reported missing in the Lockheed plane around Howland Island which is in the Pacific Ocean.” (1) What started out as a fun challenge for Earhart and her copilot Noonan turned into the biggest mystery we have ever…

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    The Last Flight, by Amelia Earhart, was an inspiring story of Earhart’s life and final moments. Amelia grew her love for airplanes from a young age. Her first recollection of seeing a plane was at the Iowa State Fair. She was not very interested at the time, but her love grew. She recognized her love for flying while at a show. The planes went up into the air and did trick after trick. They even swooped down towards the crowd sending everyone running. But not Amelia; she sat in aww watching the…

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    Amelia Earhart's Journey

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    The word “journey” can strike a series of emotions and images into one’s heart. It could make one feel excited for adventure, or curious about the future. It can make one think of faraway places, and of interesting people. The word “journey” can make one think of adventurers and innovators alike. Individuals such as Lewis and Clark, Ernest Shackleton, and even Neil Armstrong come to mind. One might also think of Amelia Earhart, the woman whom embarked on one of the most daring yet…

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    The Wright Brothers' Flying Sister In 1903, Wilbur and Orville Wright made the first-ever airplane flight. The plane was called the Wright Flyer. It flew 12 seconds and 120 feet in the air, setting a world record. Wilbur and Orville then started a company to build more airplanes and asked their sister Katharine to help them. Katharine was just the right person for the job. Katharine had helped Wilbur and Orville build the first engine-powered plane. She was also smart and a good salesperson.…

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    Amerlia Mary Earheart is best known for being the first female aviator to fly solo across the Alantic Ocean. Amelia was born on July 24, 1897 in a small town in Atchison, kansas. Even as a child she still had a thirst for adventures and a growing love for the outdoors. With much stength, amelia got through her troubling childhood and faced all her challenges with perserverance and with that she beamane one of the most impostsnt female aviators in history. Although amelia had orginally studied…

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    Lydia Litvyak Essay

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    saw the rise of strategic bombing by aircrafts, but that’s not to say the age of fighter pilots was over. The war produced many flying aces (pilots credited with shooting down a significant number of enemy aircrafts in the air). One such exemplary aviator, an example of female combat excellence, was Lydia Litvyak. Lydia Vladimirovna Litvyak was born in Moscow, 1921. She was interested in aviation from a very early age, enrolling in a flight club at 14, performing her first solo flight a year…

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