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Commander PVH Weems offered to provide Earhart with celestial navigational and radio skills, including Morse code, which he felt was necessary for overwater flight. His May 14, 1937 letter was 5 days before Earhart’s Oakland departure on the second attempt of the World Flight and was politely parried by George Putnam’s response. Courtesy, Smithsonian Institution, National Museum of American History via National Air and Space Museum

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current12:16, 16 February 2013Thumbnail for version as of 12:16, 16 February 2013499 × 640 (151 KB)Rickerjones (Talk | contribs)Commander PVH Weems offered to provide Earhart with celestial navigational and radio skills, including Morse code, which he felt was necessary for overwater flight. His May 14, 1937 letter was 5 days before Earhart’s Oakland departure on the second ...

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