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At the height of World War II, Allied bombing missions often include hundreds of Boeing B-17 Flying Fortresses that strike deep behind enemy lines...
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In 1944, the United States Navy's Fast Carrier Task Force navigates towards victory in World War II. Navy Pilot Robert Turnell launches his newly...
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With World War II looming, the first African-American pilots are admitted into the U.S. Armed Forces. Fighter pilots Robert Friend and William...
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As millions of German troops invade the Soviet Union during World War II, Soviet leader Joseph Stalin authorizes women to form the first female...
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Erich Brunotte, a pilot in one of the most decorated fighter wings in the German air force, or Luftwaffe, during World War II, flies the Focke-Wulf...
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Ernst-Dieter Bernhard, a pilot in Germany’s air force, or Luftwaffe, flies one of the deadliest fighter planes of World War II, the Messerschmitt Bf...
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After a 17 month battle with pancreatic cancer, trailblazer Sally Ride, known as the first American woman in space, has died. In 1978, she was one of...
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Bridge the gap between classroom practice and basic research by reading about advances in understanding basic math and science cognition (or thinking...
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How does carpooling relate to coral reefs? Around the world, many coral reefs are in hot water, and it’s getting even hotter. What can we do to...
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Invasive species and nutrient pollution are two major issues threatening the health of the oceans. Having a better understanding of how local actions...