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Jean Gobron

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Gobron was a pilot and engineer who flew Breguet biplanes at Issy and designed high-powered engines for early planes such as Voisin.

He held pilot's certificate no. 7 from the Aero Club de France.

Jean Gobron (b. 1885), son of the president of the Gobron car company. He did very well at Port-Aviation, with three wins and two second-place finishes.

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