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PILOT STORIES: White, Earl F.

Air Mail Service Began: June 9, 1919
Air Mail Service Ended: June 16, 1919
Pilot Reassigned: April 14, 1923
Air Mail Service Ended: June 30, 1925
Assignments: Belmont Park
  July 1, 1919 – Bellefonte, Pennsylvania
  April 14, 1923 – Omaha, Nebraska
  April 16, 1923 – North Platte, Nebraska
  July 1, 1924 – Cheyenne, Wyoming

Little is known of Earl F. White's service as an airmail pilot aside from his dates of service.

Earl White  
   
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(top left) White in Omaha
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