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PILOT STORIES: Stoner, Clayton W.

Air Mail Service Began: December 8, 1919
Air Mail Service Ended: March 10, 1920
Assignments: College Park, Maryland
  December 13, 1919 - Cleveland

Clayton Stoner was killed while flying from Chicago, Illinois to Cleveland, Ohio on March 10, 1920. He was flying de Havilland #65 low and practically blind in a fog when he crashed into a tree.

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