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  • When a shortage of pilots hit the Air Force in 1943, the WASPs (Women Airforce Service Pilots) stepped up to the plate. 

Tune in to the Pacific War in Color marathon today from 3PM to 10PM to learn more. 
http://bit.ly/2KEv8BW

      

  • It takes a lot for a radio station in Limestone County, Alabama, to stop the music--but two category F5 twisters will do the trick. 

Tomorrow at 9PM, uncover The Lost Tapes: Tornado Super Outbreak. http://bit.ly/2RiUp7k

      

  • Behold the story of Mildred Didrikson, one of the most successful female athletes of all time. After winning Olympic gold in track and field events, she took up golf and completely transformed the sport. 

See more of America at play, tomorrow at 8PM on America in Color. http://bit.ly/2KFPpHC

      

  • Pearl Harbor was attacked on this day in 1941, "a date which will live in infamy." This audio clip from an NBC radio affiliate in Honolulu is the only live news report from the attack. Hear the incredible account on The Lost Tapes. http://bit.ly/2KBQTCt #TDIH

      

  • On April 3, 1974, a powerful cold front combined with a warm mass of air to create the perfect conditions for a catastrophe. Over a period of 18 hours, 148 tornadoes caused chaos from Michigan to Alabama. 

Sunday at 9PM, relive the Tornado Super Outbreak on The Lost Tapes. http://bit.ly/2RiUp7k

      

  • A surplus of postwar aircrafts and a lack of regulations led to a new kind of daredevilry: barnstorming and wing-walking. In the early 1920s, 19-year-old Nebraskan waitress Lillian Boyer and her pilot were making the equivalent of up to $15,000 a day by courting danger in the sky. 

Discover more strange hobbies Sunday at 8PM on America in Color: Playtime. http://bit.ly/2KFPpHC

      

  • This Minnesota Weasel Is a Farmer's Favorite for Good Reason

      

  • The Chilling Moments Following the DC Sniper Killings

      

  • This Is What China's Version of Atlantis Looks Like

      

  • One of the Most Dangerous Mountain Passes in the World

      

  • The Sweet Smell of Citrus

      

  • On this day in 1872, the Mary Celeste was found adrift in the Atlantic with its cargo fully intact, but without captain or crew. Uncover the most famous mystery of the sea on The True Story of the Mary Celeste. http://bit.ly/2PZNNy0 #TDIH

      

When a shortage of pilots hit the Air Force in 1943, the WASPs (Women Airforce Service Pilots) stepped up to the plate. Tune in to the Pacific War in Color marathon today from 3PM to 10PM to learn more. http://bit.ly/2KEv8BW

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