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Sept. 8, 1934: The World War I “Ace of Aces” Eddie Rickenbacker helped Ruth Ann Faust christen a new TWA (Transcontinental Western Air) plane in Camden, N.J. Two months later, Captain Rickenbacker broke his own record for a transcontinental flight, flying another TWA plane from Burbank, Calif., to Newark, covering 2,609 miles in 12 hours 3 minutes 50 seconds. Photo: The New York Times

Sept. 8, 1934: The World War I “Ace of Aces” Eddie Rickenbacker helped Ruth Ann Faust christen a new TWA (Transcontinental Western Air) plane in Camden, N.J. Two months later, Captain Rickenbacker broke his own record for a transcontinental flight, flying another TWA plane from Burbank, Calif., to Newark, covering 2,609 miles in 12 hours 3 minutes 50 seconds. Photo: The New York Times

The lighting represents freedom of soul. Elevation above the bonds of society, simple and direct side distribution.

The lighting represents freedom of soul. Elevation above the bonds of society, simple and direct side distribution.

Miss Hera Roberts posing on the deck of HNLMS JAVA by Australian National Maritime Museum on The Commons, via Flickr

Miss Hera Roberts posing on the deck of HNLMS JAVA by Australian National Maritime Museum on The Commons, via Flickr

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