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Billy Mitchell

Mitchell, Billy (1879–1936), U.S. army officer and aviator. After leading U.S. air services in World War I, he became an outspoken champion of a strong air force independent of army or naval control. Court-martialed for insubordination (1925) and suspended from duty for five years, he resigned from the army in 1926.

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