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Celebrate Aviation History Month at Hawai‘i Pacific Aviation Museum

November is National Aviation History Month.


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photo: matson archives/amelia earhart in hawai‘i exhibition at pacific aviation museum pearl harbor

 

Amelia Earhart receives a garland of lei from Dorothy Leslie on the S.S. Lurline as she arrives in Hawai‘i in 1934 to make an attempt at an around-the-world flight record. November is National Aviation History Month, and you can celebrate by checking out more photos like this—not to mention real, full-size historical aircraft—at the Hawai‘i Pacific Aviation Museum at Pearl Harbor.

Find more information at pacificaviationmuseum.org.

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