Amelia Earhart's Solo Flight Across The Ocean

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Introduction Blank sea, no plane, no communication, and no exact location of the Electra. Amelia Earhart was the first American female to fly across the ocean. She and her plane the Electra set flight to the skies. Amelia disappeared unexpectedly during her journey possibly from lack of fuel or engine failure.This is the story about Amelia Earhart’s solo flight across the ocean. Flying Inspiration Amelia, born to fly was willing to do many of the women 's “firsts” throughout her life of her flying career. Amelia Earhart at a young age tried to fly during her childhood. Her inspiration was a childhood invention. Amelia 's invention worked with a few tweaks of adjustment. (Davis, 1972) When It was just right she tried it out and said, "I flew!" (Davis, 1972) Her and her cousins and friends made, the "rolly coaster." (Davis, 1972) A Famous Flight After her inspiration she was completely into flying and planes. One of her famous first flights was…show more content…
At 6:15 Italca heard Amelia asking that her location would be tracked in hours time. (Davis, 1972) She made the plan to whistle into the speaker so they could get her location near Howland, the island about 200 miles away.(Davis, 1972) She made her signal but Italca couldn 't find her exact location since her whistle was combined with static. (Davis, 1972) 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) Amelia Earhart was lost in the Pacific Ocean with last trackings close to Howland, the world thought that she was dead or lost at sea. (Davis, 1972) After Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan were classified missing there was a sixteen day 250 sq mile search with no evidence found. (Davis, 1972) After the search no one knew what happened to the two pilots. Disappearance
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