The Flight of the Lone Eagle

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The competition to be the first to traverse the Atlantic by air was fierce: At least three teams of aviators worked feverishly to claim the prize. The triumph of "Lucky Lindy" was due not to luck but to his insight that, as A. Scott Berg puts it, "success depended on simplicity—one set of wings, one engine, one pilot."

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