In this park, the boyhood home of Charles A. Lindbergh is located, with many artefacts from his life. He became famous for his non-stop flight from New York to Paris in 1927. During the Second World War, he was very active as advisor in the development of fighter planes. In the Pacific, he flew about 50 combat missions and shot one Japanese aircraft down. After the war, he became a Brigadier General in the Air Force Reserves and was awarded many times, including the Medal of Honor.
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