Amelia as a nurse probably could have done many things, but with her being a pilot she achieved so much more. Amelia set a record time across the Atlantic Ocean, was the first woman to ever cross the Atlantic and opened her own organization of female pilots. Amelia worked hard for her job as a pilot and as they needed many nurses back in the 1900s she wouldn’t have had to work that hard. Amelia went to visit her sister only to find that World War 1 soldiers were badly wounded, therefore making this point stronger. Overall, Amelia should have never even thought about becoming a nurse as she wouldn’t have had the opportunities she did as a
Amelia Earhart was and still is an inspiration to so many people by influencing women’s rights and by being the first aviatrix that inspired so many other women to not only to be a pilot but they can be whoever they want to be. “Amelia Earhart (July 24, 1897 disappeared July 2, 1937), fondly known as ‘Lady Lindy’ was an American activator who mysteriously disappeared in 1937 while trying to circumnavigate the globe from the equator.” https://www.biography.com/people/amelia-earhart-9283280 A plane Earhart was flying disappeared somewhere near Holland Island in the Pacific Ocean. Because Amelia’s dream was to be the first person to travel the Earth and around the equator quickly ended up with her disappearing on July 2, 1937.
To prove her skills as an aviator, she piloted a tiny, single-engine Lockheed Electra from Newfoundland, Canada, to Ireland. Then, on May 20-21, 1932, and five years after Lindbergh, Earhart became the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic.” (Encyclopedia of World
The terrorist attacks on 9/11 have caused many debates over the years since they occurred back in 2001. Two American planes were hijacked and ran into the twin tower buildings, another was hijacked and headed for the pentagon, but thankfully never made it. Thousands of Americans lost their lives on the days of the attacks and to this day the sorrow hangs with us. Security was a huge debate of the time because America is supposed to be the safest nation there is, so how did this happen? America had lots of changes to make the attacks on September 11, 2001.
Explanatory Speech Outline Introduction Attention getter: Amelia Earhart: American hero and one of this nation’s most puzzling mysteries. You all know the story of how on July 19, 1937 the iconic first female aviator disappeared into the Pacific during her flight around the globe. Well, according to an article covered by Science Daily on March 7th, professor Richard Jantz of the University of Tennessee used his forensic anthropologic expertise to match skeletal remains found in the South Pacific to Amelia Earhart. Background and audience relevance: It was all thanks to the advancements in modern forensic anthropology that he was able to digitally analyze the bones and compare them with Earhart’s clothing and full body pictures of her.
As a Women’s Rights activist, Earhart helped pave the way for future women in aviation. Later on in her career, she would set out on her infamous adventure, a flight around the world. Her crew consisted of “her three men companions, Paul Mantz, relief pilot; Harry Manning, radio operator; and Fred Noonan,
In my opinion I would've left his tribe because there were no skills , no food, and no life with Ralph and Piggy. Later on Piggy and Ralph find two instruments, a drum and an accordion in the movie but not in the book. When they found it they started playing with them. If I was either one of them I would've done the same thing because it was so lifeless on the island. I would play it to spunk my inspiration because it would remind
Cooper was and what happened to him. The FBI believes that D.B. Cooper jumped from the plane after lowering the rear stairs (the plane was located at border between Washington state and Oregon). To this day, no one really knows the identity of D.B. Cooper or his motives for hijacking the plane. One of the reasons why no one has uncovered his true identity is because of the lack of evidence. The only real evidence is the tie that Cooper left behind on the plane.
Static also interfered with messages sent because of the poor signal. Amelia’s Disappearance Amelia’s communication with Itasca had been lost. Before Itasca lost complete loss of communication with Amelia these were her last words. Her last words were " We are running north and south." (Davis, 1972)
On October 4, 1951, at 12:51 a.m. Henrietta Lacks died. Shortly after Henrietta’s death, the construction of what would be called the HeLa factory began. It’s sole purpose, to end polio. In February of 1952, Jonas Salk announced that he had developed the world’s first polio vaccine, but couldn’t administer it until further testing.
The nearby Indian tribe was the Croatan 's that lived on Croatan Island, but were known to be friendly. John White 's plan was to go to the island to look for them. Then sudden storm passes through damaging his ship, preventing the search, and forcing him to return to England for repairs on his ship. White died in 1593, three years after the discovery of the lost colony, and never knowing what happened. Today evidence has been found on a map of John White 's painting 's, raising some suspicion on what really happened to the lost colony researchers have developed all possible scenarios for what might have happened.
LOST in the Pacific, 1942 The book my report is over is " LOST in the PACIFIC, 1942" ,the author of said book is Tod Olson. This is a true story of survival that captivated a nation at war. This takes place during World War II, October 21, 1942. A group of World War II soldiers crash landed a B-171 bomber in the pacific and were left to survive with no food or water on tiny inflatable rafts.
They never did make it to their destination and we don 't know what their intended target was, fearing Flight 93’s passengers, the plane hit the ground at five hundred eighty miles per hour into an empty field in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. It’s unclear what destination the terrorist were aiming to hit. It is said that they were
The 1930s was a time that encompassed the Great Depression, tight money, gangsterism and desperate attempts to distract from hard times. It seemed like nothing would be able to stun the people of America after being beat up the past few years, but when the Lindbergh family contacted the police saying that their baby had been kidnapped, America offered their sincere help. The Lindberghs had only recently moved back to New Jersey for a break from Charles Lindbergh’s fame when their child was taken. Evidence was studied at the scene of their missing child’s second-story bedroom. Contact was made with the family in a series of thirteen ransom notes containing instructions until they finally discovered the body of their beloved son.