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In this episode of our "Pilot Pals" story time series, we share the story of pioneering African American aviator Cornelius Coffey.
Flying Across the Country
In this episode of our "Pilot Pals" story time series, we share the story of the Fokker T-2 and its record-setting nonstop flight across the country in 1923.
In this episode of our "Pilot Pals" story time series, we share the story of air racers and Jimmy Doolittle.
Amelia Earhart's Lockheed Vega
In the first episode of our "Pilot Pals" story time series, we share the story of Amelia Earhart and her famous red airplane.