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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
1186 Kissenberth, Otto 26 Feb 1893
1187 Guettler (Güttler), Wolfgang 22 Feb 1893
1188 Baldwin, Owen Morgan 21 Feb 1893
1189 Manschott, Friedrich 21 Feb 1893
1190 Collin, Dieter 17 Feb 1893
1191 Tuffield, Thomas Cecil Silwood 17 Feb 1893
1192 Brandt, Franz 13 Feb 1893
1193 Edwards, Stearne Tighe 13 Feb 1893
1194 Hoy, Campbell Alexander 13 Feb 1893
1195 Medlicott, Harold William 11 Feb 1893
1196 Paul, Carrick Stewart 05 Feb 1893
1197 MacLean, Loudoun James 01 Feb 1893
1198 Jones, Norman Cyril 29 Jan 1893
1199 Dhome (DhĂ´me), Marcel Marc 24 Jan 1893
1200 Saint, Howard John Thomas 23 Jan 1893
Total Records: 1863
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