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Maj Aultman Doty
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Birth: 1930
Death: May 23, 2012
Cumberland County
Maine, USA

AJ Aultman Doty USAF (Ret) (81) died May 23, 2012 in Brunswick, ME from cancer. Ault became a F-105 Thunderbolt fighter pilot, served in the Vietnam War flying over Vietnam and Laos. He had to eject when his plane ran out of fuel after a mission and there was no available place to land. He came down in a canal in Thailand and was rescued by two Thai boatmen. Among his other flying duties he served as an Instructor Pilot at Webb AFB. In addition to flying Ault earned a masters degree in electronics engineering from the Air Force Institute of Technology and served in the communications field. Upon his retirement from the USAF in 1973 Ault worked 27 years for the Mosler Safe Company as a Field Service Technician. At age 70 Ault was not ready to retire and became a full time volunteer, mostly with the local hospital and his church. Ault is survived by his wife, of 57 years, Ritalee, four children, and seven grandchildren." 
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Saint Paul's Memorial Garden
Cumberland County
Maine, USA
Created by: Jack Davison
Record added: Aug 02, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 94699301
Maj Aultman Doty
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- Jack Davison
 Added: Mar. 3, 2015

- Lee-Anne Smithson Dahms
 Added: Sep. 25, 2013
Thank you for your service in preserving our country's freedoms. I will honor you in the only way that I can . . . by remembering you always. May you rest in peace knowing that you truly embodied the ideals of "Duty, Honor, Country."
- Charles A. Lewis
 Added: Aug. 25, 2012

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