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profile name: Neil Armstrong profile occupation: Astronaut, Explorer, Pilot
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profile name: Amelia Earhart profile occupation: Pilot
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profile name: Charles Lindbergh profile occupation: Inventor, Pilot, Writer
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profile name: Bessie Coleman profile occupation: Pilot
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profile name: Prince Harry profile occupation: Philanthropist, Pilot, Prince
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profile name: John Glenn profile occupation: Astronaut, Military Leader, Pilot, U.S. Representative
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