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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 Death  
151 Dodds, Robert 08 Oct 1980 (87)
152 Falkenberg, Carl Frederick 07 Oct 1980 (83)
153 Zenzes, Alexander ?? Sep 1980 (82)
154 Pezon, Jean Andre 24 Aug 1980 (82)
155 Cowper, Andrew King 25 Jun 1980 (82)
156 Iaccaci, August Thayer 30 Apr 1980 (87)
157 Johnson, George Owen 28 Mar 1980 (84)
158 Dickson, Euan 10 Mar 1980 (88)
159 Holliday, Fred Parkinson 05 Mar 1980 (92)
160 Cock, Geoffrey Hornblower 16 Feb 1980 (84)
161 Dubonnet, André 20 Jan 1980 (83)
162 Britnell, Frederick John Shaw ?? ?? 1980 (81)
163 Eldon, Horace George ?? ?? 1980 (83)
164 Todd, John ?? ?? 1980 (81)
165 Hay De Slade, Henri Joseph Marie 02 Nov 1979 (86)
Total Records: 1865
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