Charles A. Lindbergh

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He began his career as an Aviator in 1924 when he enlisted in the Army to be an Army Reserves pilot. He graduated at the top of his class. He made history when, in May 1927, he flew a solo flight from New York to Paris. Lindbergh earned the Army Medal of Honor for the heroic courage he displayed by risking of his own life to complete the daring journey. He flew several missions in the Pacific during World War II. Later in life Lindbergh earned further fame by authoring numerous books.

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