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He scored his first aerial victory for the rd, on 11 March ; it was the first triumph by a pilot of an Air Service unit. Baer scored his fifth kill on 23 April , making him the first Air Service ace.
He continued to score; on 22 May, he brought down his ninth victim to lead all American pilots. He would remain a prisoner of war until after the armistice.
If his seven unconfirmed wins had been verified, he would have been one of the leading American aces. Baer continued to fly postwar. In late , he became a member of the American Flying Club and tried to raise a squadron of fifteen American aviation combat veterans to form a "Pulaski Squadron" to support the Polish drive for independence.
Baer foresaw his role as commanding the unit with the rank of major. He claimed to have Paderewski 's support for his efforts.
Baer went on to forge a career in civil aviation. By , he was a Department of Commerce aeronautics inspector in San Antonio, Texas. He then spent about a year flying as a commercial pilot in South America.
Baer died in an aircraft accident in Shanghai on 9 December He was taking off in a floatplane with a Russian woman as his passenger.
Baer's plane struck the mast of a junk on the Yangtze River and crashed. He was believed to have about 3, flight hours experience when he died.
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Retrieved In , he was offered the Springfield, Massachusetts, dealership and he ran the successful business in the basement of the Indian factory.
During World War II, Baer put his talents towards forming civil defense activities for motorcycle clubs. After the war, he returned to Indian and became the company's Director of Dealer Relations, a position that took him all over the country.
With his considerable organizational talents, Baer was frequently asked to head up various entities.
He served as president of the New England Motorcycle Dealers Association, Chairman of the Motorcycle Division of the Hampshire County Safety Council, president of the Triple A Golf League, and president of the Memorial Golf Club in Springfield, Massachusetts.
Baer was instrumental in bringing the mile New England Gypsy Tour races to the Belknap Recreational Area in Laconia, New Hampshire.
In , he left Indian to become managing director of the park. In that capacity, he promoted the Laconia Classic now called the Loudon Classic road races through Baer also found the time to field a nationally recognized racing team that included Jimmy Hill, Woodsie and Frenchy Castonguay and his sons Bobby and Butch Baer.
The Baer family hosted many of the racers, service school attendees and other visitors who came to the Indian factory.
After the Laconia Classic moved to the new track in Loudon, New Hampshire, in , Baer began working in real estate. He continued to lend his expertise to motorcycle racing as an announcer for several years.
Baer and his wife, Louise, had five children. Baer died on September 7, at the age of A life-long member and supporter of the AMA, Baer will always be remembered for his generous contributions to motorcycling.
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