21.08.2012 [Sabah] - Atlantik'i tek başına geçmeyi başaran ilk kadın pilot olan AmeliaEarhart, 1937 yılında Pasifik Okyanusu üzerinde arkasında iz bırakmadan kaybolmuştu. Earhart'ın izini süren bir araştırma ekibi, 75 yıl sonra kaybolan uçağın izini bulmuş
20.08.2012 [The Chattanoogan] - Cadet Jonathon "Riley" Blanton will be awarded the AmeliaEarhart Award during the same awards ceremony. The AmeliaEarhart Award honors the late AmeliaEarhart, aviatrix, advocate, and pioneer, who set many records for women aviators in aviation's
14.09.2012 [Yahoo's The Projector (blog)] - TA: I know that you are smiley and charming and spunky, and you can play that, like when you play AmeliaEarhart in "Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian." But you are also a person, and it would be a shame to imprison all the emotions that
17.09.2012 [MiamiHerald.com (registration)] - During a June picnic at AmeliaEarhart Park in Hialeah, Cambó said that various people approached to say they could guarantee votes for her. “One woman asked me for $1,500, and I was in shock,” said Cambó, who did not want to identify the boletera.
17.09.2012 [Huffington Post] - ... in what is now the Pacific nation of Kiribati. This provides a new clue into one of the 20th century's most enduring mysteries, uncovering the fate of American aviator AmeliaEarhart, who went missing without a trace over the South Pacific 75 years
16.09.2012 [Gulf Daily News] - The 99's is an organisation formed in 1929 by AmeliaEarhart, who called for a meeting in New York that was attended by 99 lady pilots. The organisation now has more than 5,000 members in 35 countries ranging from micro light pilots to astronauts.
15.09.2012 [Publishers Weekly] - In addition to the British Library, Davis said BiblioLabs is partnering with the American Alpine Club, which is creating a mountaineering anthology, while the San Diego Air and Space Museum is creating anthologies on AmeliaEarhart and Charles Lindbergh.
21.08.2012 [AFP] - WASHINGTON — Researchers trying to unravel the mystery surrounding the 1937 disappearance of US aviator AmeliaEarhart in the Pacific have said they spotted debris under water that may have come from her plane. High-definition video taken by a
20.08.2012 [Radar Online] - Underwater images taken deep below the South Pacific could finally solve the question of AmeliaEarhart's fate 75 years after she went off the radar during an attempt to circumnavigate the globe. The debris at the depths of the ocean may well be from
24.08.2012 [San Angelo Standard Times] - Today is Friday, Aug. 24, the 237th day of 2012. There are 129 days left in the year. In A.D. 79, long-dormant Mount Vesuvius erupted, burying the Roman cities of Pompeii and Herculaneum in volcanic ash; an estimated 20,000 people died. In 1572, the St.
20.08.2012 [AFP] - WASHINGTON — Une expédition partie sur les traces de l'aviatrice américaine AmeliaEarhart, disparue dans le Pacifique en 1937, a repéré sous l'eau des "débris d'objets manufacturés" qui pourraient provenir de son avion, ont annoncé les chercheurs.
13.09.2012 [Inland Empire Weekly] - A photograph of aviatrix Florence “Pancho” Barnes (who broke AmeliaEarhart's speed record in 1930), for example, or a picture of Shirley Chisholm, the first black woman elected to Congress, campaigning for the Democratic presidential nomination in
29.08.2012 [The Rome Observer] - ROME — Many people have heard of famous American aviators Charles Lindbergh and AmeliaEarhart, but another noted, dignified pilot was Joseph Riley, of Rome. Riley shared a connection with both historic figures because all three have earned the
20.08.2012 [Boing Boing] - No, it's not AmeliaEarhart but rather Elinor Smith who in 1930 set the solo endurance record for a 13 hour (and later 26 hour) flight. Previously, she became the only person to this day to have flown a plane under all four of the East River bridges in
19.08.2012 [Avionics Intelligence] - Gary Herbert and Congressman Jim Matheson, marked the occasion at the 250,000-square-foot facility on AmeliaEarhart Drive in the International Center just west of the Salt Lake International Airport. The new plant, which builds on to Exelis' existing
24.08.2012 [Vogue.com] - "I am more inspired by attitudes than aesthetics, by women who stand out, but with dignity and a quiet confidence - such as AmeliaEarhart and Lauren Hutton," Jordan told us. That's not to say that she doesn't appreciate the support of her star fans
23.08.2012 [Fort Worth Star Telegram] - AmeliaEarhart (born 1897, disappeared 1937) was a famous American "aviatrix," the Jazz Age term for a female flier, in the 1920s and '30s. She was especially known for being the first woman to fly across the Atlantic, in 1928, even though she said she