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Transcript of Amelia Earhart
Amelia Earhart was a daring aviator and a pioneer for women, her bravery must never be forgotten.
Breaking Barriers, Breaking Records
Throughout her life she was always setting and breaking records. For her, nothing was impossible.
Her Legacy Lives On
She was brave, courageous, and daring. A woman with a passion for aviation. She accomplished the impossible. Even though she was lost somewhere in the ocean, she will forever remain in the hearts and souls of all who she inspired.
Amelia takes on the great wide ocean
She was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic. Earhart did it in 14 hours and 56 minutes- a new world record! At a ceremony, the vice President Charles Curtis praised her courage, saying, "heroic courage and skill as a navigator at the risk of her life."
-Brave Woman's Altitude Record
-First woman to fly across the Atlantic
-Elected president of the Ninety Nines Women's Aviation Club
-Set Woman's Speed Record
-Set Men's Altitude Record
The Final Flight
Amelia attempted to fly around the world and land a small, 1 mile wide island called Howland Island. The island was extremely hard to locate, and she was running low on gas. Earhart's plane crashed somewhere in the ocean and still today has not been located. However, her bravery and courage should be remembered for atempting this remarkable journey across the world.
She had wings built for flight and a heart filled with the love for aviation. She was daring to do whatever it took to show the world that anything is possible.
Amelia Earheart was know for her courage and determination, so why wait? Nominate Earhart into the aviators hall of fame... TODAY!
By: Kate, Jules,and Neila