Today in History
July 10, 1938
In his ongoing quest for aviation records, billionaire aviator Howard Hughes sets out with a crew of four to shatter the trans-global flight record, and departs from Brooklyn, New York, in a Lockheed 14 monoplane. Returning 3 days and 19 hours later, on July 14, he bests the 1933 record by four days.
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Anne Morrow Lindbergh chronicled the flights made with her celebrated husband
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