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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  
1636 Pidcock, Geoffrey Arthur Henzell ?? Feb 1976 (79)
1637 Buelow-Bothkamp (Bülow-Bothkamp), Harry von 27 Feb 1976 (79)
1638 Bocchese, Aldo 19 Mar 1976 (82)
1639 Wallace, Hazel LeRoy 22 Mar 1976 (79)
1640 Nash, Gerald Ewart 10 Apr 1976 (80)
1641 Corey, Irving Banfield 18 Apr 1976 (84)
1642 Barbreau, Paul Augustin Edouard 02 Jun 1976 (82)
1643 Howell, Malcolm Clifford 11 Jun 1976 (81)
1644 MacMillan, Norman 05 Aug 1976 (84)
1645 Junck, Werner 06 Aug 1976 (81)
1646 Gastin, Paul Adrien 23 Aug 1976 (90)
1647 Poupon, Roger 12 Sep 1976 (88)
1648 Collishaw, Raymond 28 Sep 1976 (83)
1649 Hodson, George Stacey 01 Oct 1976 (77)
1650 Keating, James Alfred 02 Oct 1976 (79)
Total Records: 1863
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