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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
1441 Szepessy-Sokoll, Rudolf ?? ?? 1891
1442 West, Mortimer Sackville ?? ?? 1891
1443 Hawker, Lanoe George 30 Dec 1890
1444 Kruten, Yevgraph 29 Dec 1890
1445 Makepeace, Reginald Milburn 27 Dec 1890
1446 Bethge, Hans 06 Dec 1890
1447 Cunningham, Jack Armand 04 Dec 1890
1448 Runge, Richard 22 Nov 1890
1449 Parschau, Otto 11 Nov 1890
1450 Plessis, Constant Emmanuel 11 Nov 1890
1451 Klimke, Rudolf 08 Nov 1890
1452 MacDonald, William Myron 03 Nov 1890
1453 Fitzgibbon, Desmond Fitzgerald 01 Nov 1890
1454 Gerard, Jacques 26 Oct 1890
1455 Waller, Albert Gregory 15 Oct 1890
Total Records: 1863
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