Amelia Earhart is probably the most well-known female pilot in history, but what about Jerrie Mock? Even aviation enthusiasts may not recognize the name, but in 1964, the Columbus, Ohio, housewife and mother of three became the first woman to successfully fly solo around the globe.
Buzzfeed contributor Amy Saunders spoke with Mock
, now 88, about her historic flight and why she's chosen to stay out of the spotlight. Saunders joined Weekend Express to talk about her time with Mock and her incredible story.