10:55 AM EDT 09/13/2016
Originally posted 09/07/2016 12:20PM
When Naomi Parker-Fraley first saw the iconic Rosie the Riveter poster, she recalls, "I did think it looked like me, but nobody ever mentioned it."
Veterans from World War II's All-Black Aviation Unit on How They Shattered Racial Stereotypes: 'We Proved That Thinking Wrong'
Originally posted 04/20/2016 09:30AM
Ten years after Charles McGee returned home from World War II as an accomplished fighter pilot and Army Captain, he couldn't get a job as a commercial airline pilot.
Originally posted 01/27/2015 03:30PM
They returned, wearing their blue and white stripes as badges of courage. And resilience. And resolve.
Originally posted 03/14/2014 02:45PM
The search for a missing Malaysia Airlines jet has left many wondering: How can a commercial airplane with hundreds of passengers aboard disappear without a trace?
It's happened several times before. As NBC News reports, despite advances in technology, every plane that ventures more than 120 miles from land disappears from radar. (Intercontinental flights rely on satellites to keep air traffic controllers up to date on their position.)
If Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 did crash in the waters off of Southeast Asia as suspected, even finding the wreckage would be a tall task: Unsure of its exact location, authorities have thousands of miles of ocean to check.
Flight 370 is only the most recent aircraft to vanish without a trace. Below, a look at other famous air mysteries.
Originally posted 11/12/2013 07:30PM
Tuesday, 11/12/13, marks the first sequential date since Oct. 11, 2012. But of course, it's not the first 11/12/13 in history; Nov. 12, 1913 also featured the same shorthand. So, what stories did the citizens of a hundred years ago enjoy as they opened the last newspapers dated 11/12/13? We took a gander.
In some respects, the world of journalism is unchanged since 1913. International crises and disasters dominated the front page as they do now. In the Midwest, hundreds died in the wake of one of the largest blizzards the Great Lakes have ever seen. Abroad, Chile struggled to rebuild after a magnitude 6.3 earthquake that had killed two hundred people the previous week.
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