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By: George Carrington
Liked by almost every person who ever met her, and loved by most, Earhart became an American institution in the 1930s. As part of the growing American aviation industry in Los Angeles and at Lockheed, she joined the group of pilots, worldwide, who broke the barriers of speed, time and distance, in the advancement of air transport. Their sacrifices and accomplishments laid the foundation for the domestic airlines of today.