APS member Hal Turner presents this visually striking presentation of Charles Lindbergh and Amelia Earhart. In this program, Turner is able to take the listener on a journey of what it was like to be a pilot in the early days of flight. These American explorers helped to shape modern society and no less, the postal system. This talk is essential to all who enjoy aviation, airmail, American history, and learning about adventurers.
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