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An ace is a military aviator or airman credited with shooting down five or more enemy aircraft. The term ace originated in World War I when French newspapers described Adolphe Pègoud as l'as (French for ace) after he shot down five German aircraft.
 
  Name   Date of Birth
1501 Davies, Ernest Edgar 16 Mar 1890
1502 Lenz, Alfred 15 Mar 1890
1503 Biddle, Charles John 13 Mar 1890
1504 Nachod, Kurt 08 Mar 1890
1505 Stewart, David Arthur 08 Mar 1890
1506 Vaucour, Awdry Morris 08 Mar 1890
1507 Esswein, Otto 03 Mar 1890
1508 Palliser, Arthur John 02 Mar 1890
1509 Rennella, Cosimo 15 Feb 1890
1510 Vitalis, Marie Gaston Fulerand Leon 15 Feb 1890
1511 Banfield, Gottfried Freiherr von 06 Feb 1890
1512 Chambers, Percival Vernon Godfrey 20 Jan 1890
1513 Dufaur De Gavardie, Pierre Henri Edmond 20 Jan 1890
1514 Vigers, Arthur Whitehair 20 Jan 1890
1515 Petit, Paul Armand 17 Jan 1890
Total Records: 1863
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