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On This Day in Aviation History: March 17th

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No luck of the Irish for many as eight different crashes are recorded in today’s history. In addition, JAL’s first nonstop flight from Tokyo to New York, the B-45 Tornado makes its first flight, and Linda finch takes off on her journey to recreate Amelia Earhart’s around-the-world flight. (nycaviation.com) More...

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