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Posts Tagged ‘Charles Lindberg’

TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 7/17/21 – WRONG WAY CORRIGAN DAY!

He took off from Brooklyn’s Floyd Bennet Field on July 17, 1938, heading for Long Beach, California in a beat up Curtiss Robin OX-5 monoplane, but somehow landed 28 hours later in Ireland, making today NATIONAL WRONG WAY CORRIGAN DAY! Douglas Corrigan was a 30 year-old high school […]

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TODAY’S NATIONAL DAY, 5/20/21 – SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS DAY!

It was May 20, 1927,  the early days of aviation, and airplanes were considered ideal for short hops, but not long distance transport like the airships of the day. One guy disagreed, and at 7:27 that morning Charles Lindberg took off from Roosevelt Field on Long Island, […]

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