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at Los Angeles, California, in October 1966. As one of the founding members, Johnson served in several of its various official capacities over the years. He died in 1968.

Flying Pioneer, James M. Johnson had a most distinctive career in early American aviation history and contributed much toward its progressive development. As a very competent and active pilot he was well known and liked throughout the industry. His always courteous manner and pleasant personality won him scores of friends everywhere. 
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