"Not much more than a month ago I was on the other side of the Pacific, looking westward. This evening, I looked east across the Pacific. In those days, fast-moving, who spoke, the total width of the world has gone after us, except that this vast ocean, I'll be happy when we have the risk of sailing behind us "-. Amelia Earhart.
Amelie was a famous symbol of female emancipation. It was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean. His life was an inspiration for women to succeed. She had great success in the field of aviation. His disappearance was a mystery until now.
1897: Amelia was born July 24th in Atchison, Kansas. His father was Edwin Stanton Earhart. His mother was Amy Otis.
1908: Amelia had her first vision of a plane on the Iowa State Fair
1913: Amelia attended Central High School in St. Paul, Minnesota ..
1916: Graduated from Hyde Park High School in St. Paul, Minnesota.
1917: He became an assistant nurse in a Canadian military hospital during the First World War.
1919: He enrolled at Columbia University to become a doctor.
1920 Amelia interrupted his studies at Columbia University
1921: Amelia began flying lessons under the direction of Neta Snook. She learned to fly at the age of twenty-four.
1922: Amelia became the first woman to fly at an altitude of 14,000 feet. She bought her first aircraft, which it dubbed "El Canario".
1923: Women 16 and became a pilot's license issued by the FAI (Federation Aeronautique Internationale).
1927: Completed 500 hours of solo flight time in aircraft.
1928: became the first woman to cross the Atlantic Ocean. His co-pilot Wilmer Stultz and Lou Gordon.
1929: Amelia Earhart bought a single-engine Lockheed Vega.
1931: Amelia Earhart married George Putnam, who was editor and publisher.
1932: became the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean from Newfoundland to Northern Ireland. The flight was 14 hours, 56 minutes. The U.S. Congress awarded the DFC (Distinguished Flying Cross). She was nominated as President of the "Ninety-nine," a club of women in aviation again.
1935: became the first person to fly solo from Honolulu to California. He took part in the career of long-range air-fifth in the race Bendix Trophy.
1937: After the establishment of innumerable feats of aviation, which provided for a flight around the world. In March 1937, traveled to Hawaii with his fellow pilot Paul Mantz to start flying. She lost control of the aircraft during takeoff, however, the aircraft had to be returned to the factory for repair. In June, she headed back to Miami to start a flight around the world with Fred Noonan in your browser. Nobody knows why he went behind the navigation bar major and communication tools. They arrived in New Guinea in 21 days. At the same time, Earhart was exhausted and ill. At the next stage of the journey, who left New Guinea to Howland Island, a small island in the Pacific Ocean. July 2, 1937, was the last time Earhart and Noonan contacted a Coast Guard ship in the United States "Itasca." The United States launched a major search and rescue operation was withdrawn on July 18.
1939: Two years after her disappearance, Amelia was declared legally dead by a court in Los Angeles Superior.
Although there are several theories disappearance is now the assumption that Amelie left the runway and ran out of fuel, disappearing just north of the equator, midway between Hawaii and Australia.
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