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** Hubert Latham, French aviator, ( b. 1883 ).
** John C. Waldron, United States Naval aviator and commander of Torpedo Squadron 8, killed at the Battle of Midway ( b. 1900 )
** Lofton R. Henderson, United States Naval aviator and commanding officer of VMSB-241, died at the Battle of Midway ( b. 1903 )
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** Charles Lindbergh, American aviator ( d. 1974 )
** Juan de la Cierva, Spanish civil engineer, aviator, and aeronautical engineer.
** Bert Acosta, American aviator ( d. 1954 )
** William Barnard Rhodes-Moorhouse, British aviator, first airman to receive the Victoria Cross ( b. 1887 )
** Hubert Latham, pioneer aviator of the pre-World War I era ( d. 1912 )
** Merian C. Cooper, American aviator, director, and producer ( b. 1893 )
** Dieudonné Costes, French aviator ( b. 1892 )
** Charles Rolls, co-founder of the Rolls-Royce car firm, pioneer aviator ( d. 1910 )
** Elmer Fowler Stone, American aviator, the first United States Coast Guard aviator ( d. 1936 )
** William Barnard Rhodes-Moorhouse, British aviator, first airman to receive the Victoria Cross ( d. 1915 )
** James " Jabby " Jabara, American aviator, the first American jet fighter ace ( d. 1966 )
** A ticker-tape parade is held for aviator Charles Lindbergh down 5th Avenue in New York City.
** Calbraith Perry Rodgers, American pioneer aviator, made first transcontinental U. S. flight ( d. 1912 )
** Eugene Ely, American pioneer aviator ; first shipboard takeoff and landing ( d. 1911 )
** J. R. D. Tata, Indian pioneer aviator and founder of Tata Airlines

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