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Charles A. LaJotte U.S. Air Mail Service pilot; appointed June 1, 1920 and assigned at College Park, Maryland; instructor for American Aircraft at Los Angeles' Clover Field, where he taught Howard Hughes to fly (1927); participated in the 1928 National Air Races

Why did LaJotte name his plane "JINX?"  Turn to article by LaJotte "When Air Mail was a Pup."


Postcard sent in 1932 on LaJotte's world tour. 

Text of post card

 Charles A. LaJotte website

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