American aviator Amelia Earhart not only set flying records, but also championed the advancement of women in aviation.
They were a crucial Soviet asset to winning World War II.
Aviatrix. Pioneer. Record breaker. Fashion entrepreneur?
Researchers believe skeletal remains found more than 75 years ago on a remote Pacific island may be those of the famed aviatrix.
Explore the longstanding theory that Amelia Earhart was flying a spy mission for the U.S. government when she disappeared in 1937.
The film is believed to be the last surviving footage of the celebrated female aviator, who disappeared over the South Pacific in July 1937.
New research into Amelia Earhart’s 1937 disappearance yields a breakthrough with the positive identification of a piece of the famed aviator’s plane.
Researchers may have had a breakthrough in the decades-long search for the missing aviator.