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Oliver LeBoutillier

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Oliver Colin LeBoutillier (24 May 1894 – 12 May 1983) was an American aviator and flying ace. Serving with the British Royal Naval Air Service and Royal Air Force in the First World War, LeBoutillier scored 10 aerial victories, witnessed the death of Manfred von Richthofen and was a vigorous proponent of Captain Roy Brown as the victor over Richthofen.[ (Las Vegas News Journal", 25 October 1970) Retrieved on 9 April 2010.] Post war, he became a stunt pilot for movies, a skywriter, and an aviation instructor whose most famous student was Amelia Earhart. Later, he became a civil aviation inspector. Early life LeBoutillier was born on 24 May 1894 to an English father and Canadian mother in Montclair, New Jersey. First World War LeBoutillier trained at the Wright Brothers Flying School in Mineola, New York. He then cro
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