Byron Quinby Jones (April 9, – March 30, 1959) was a pioneer aviator and an officer in the United States Army. Jones began and ended his career as a cavalry officer, but for a quarter century between and was an aviator in the various organizations that were the Army's air arm. He appeared to be on track in the 1930s to becoming one of the United States Army Air Corps' senior commanders, but his views on the role of airpower diverged from those of his Air Corps peers and he returned to the Army's ground forces at the beginning of World War II.
[This is Bristol] - A concert by Byron Jones to mark the opening of the newly restored Christie cinema pipe organ is at 2.30pm on April 22. Music will be played to accompany the silent film, Race for a Life. A black tie champagne reception in the Oak Room on the evening
[This is South Wales] Stag's Head 1-2; Stag Nomads 1-3, Castle Youngsters 2-3; Mansel B and Black Lion (byes). Players in form — 180 Peter Evans, highest checkout 120 Rob Julian, 116 Byron Jones, 115 Paul Jones (Bizz B) and highest 6s average 102x8 Paul Emmanuel.
[Hartford Courant] - Now, the focus will be on how well Ty-Meer Brown and Byron Jones, both redshirt sophomores, can hold down the positions. They both did well as young players last season. Andrew Adams, a redshirt freshman who sustained a knee injury last season
[Patch.com] - By Bryan Littel Byron Jones lost his appeal of a 13-year sentence for dealing drugs out of his Greenwich Township home. NJDOC A Greenwich Township man will remain behind bars on a 13-year state prison sentence for dealing drugs after a state appeals