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Morning Prayer 9.10.16, Alexander Crummell, Priest & Missionary, 1898

Elaine D. Harmon, a veteran of the U.S. Women Airforce Service Pilots in World…

In pictures: World War II fighter aircraft rot in abandoned plane graveyard

These eerie pictures show all that remains of a fleet of World War II fighter planes. The rotting planes lie derelict at an abandoned aeroplane graveyard in Newbury, Ohio, amongst overgrown foliage and scrap metal. The haunting images were captured by 24-year-old photographer, Jonny Joo, from Ohio, who has made a name for himself by venturing into long-abandoned places.

The Blue Angels is an American Navy's flight demonstration squadron. The aircraft was formed in 1946. The primary aim of the Blue Angels is to enhance Navy Corps recruiting and credibly represent Navy Corps aviation to the United States. Because of the Automatic federal budget cuts will force the American Air Force to ground a third of its most active-duty force of combat planes and the U.S. Navy to cancel the rest of the popular Blue Angels' aerobatic team's season.

Regional Sales Directors of North America, Tony Perdisatt (left) and Erik Hlavaty (right) representing the STS Component Solutions team at the RAA in Charlotte, North Carolina. Stop by booth 555 to see them and the rest of the STS team attending this year's RAA Annual Convention.

Earhart's Plane Possibly Revealed in Sonar Image

A grainy sonar image captured off an uninhabited tropical island in the southwestern Pacific republic of Kiribati might represent the remains of the Electra, the two-engine airc...

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Margaret Hamilton, lead software engineer, Project Apollo

Margaret Hamilton earned her BA in math from Earlham College, but obviously learned about programming on the job—there was no other way. In the photo above, she is standing in front of the printouts of the code for the Apollo guidance system, a lot of which she wrote and which she oversaw. She was all of 31 when the Apollo 11 lunar module landed on the moon, running her code.