Robert Opie Lindsay
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Robert Opie Lindsay, 1918
|Born||25 December 1894
Madison, North Carolina, USA
|Died||1 August 1952
Fort Worth, Texas, USA
|Service/branch||Air Service, United States Army|
|Unit||139th Aero Squadron|
|Battles/wars||World War I|
|Awards||Distinguished Service Cross|
|Other work||Founding member of Civil Aeronautics Administration|
Lieutenant (later Colonel) Robert Opie Lindsay (25 December 1894 - 1 August 1952) was a World War I fighter ace credited with six aerial victories in the closing days of the war. He returned to duty during World War II; at one point he commanded Fort Sill, Oklahoma.
- "Miss Lindsay Weds Mr. Carter". The Dispatch. September 13, 1956. Retrieved 2012-12-11. "Of local interest is the announcement which is made by Mrs. Robert Opie Lindsay of Fort Worth Tex. of the marriage of her daughter, Anne Bryan, to Harris Carter, Jr. ..."
- United Press (August 2, 1952). "Robert Opie Lindsay". Chicago Tribune. "Col. Robert Opie Lindsay, 57, a civil aeronautics administration official here and a World War I ace, died last ..."
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