Boone Guyton United States naval aviator
Boone Guyton is a 82 years old United States naval aviator from East St. Louis, Illinois. Boone Guyton was born on September 04, 1913 (died on April 04, 1996, he was 82 years old) in East St. Louis, Illinois.
Boone Tarleton Guyton United States Navy was a Naval Aviation Cadet experimental test pilot author and businessman. In a flying career spanning the biplane era through the jet age Guyton was perhaps best known for his test pilot years at Vought-Sikorsky and his participation in the development of the F4U Corsair and various other military aircraft including the OS2U Kingfisher and the radical Vought V-173 flying pancake.
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No, he died on 04/04/1996, 26 years ago. He was 82 years old when he died. Cause of death: cancer. He died in Woodbridge
He graduated from Central Methodist UniversityWhat was Boone's zodiac sign?
Boone Guyton zodiac sign was virgo.
Other facts about Boone Guyton
|Place of death||Woodbridge|
|Country of citizenship||United States Of America|
|Place of birth||East St. Louis|
|Military rank||Lieutenant (junior Grade)|
|Military branch||United States Navy|
|Conflict||World War II|
|Date of death||1996-04-04T00:00:00Z|
|Manner of death||Natural Causes|
|Cause of death||Cancer|