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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  
256 Doyle, John Edgcumbe 24 Nov 1974 (81)
257 Griffith, John Sharpe 14 Oct 1974 (76)
258 Lussier, Emile John ?? Oct 1974 (79)
259 Newnham, Maurice Ashdown ?? Oct 1974 (77)
260 Arnison, Charles Henry 04 Sep 1974 (81)
261 De Seversky, Alexander 25 Aug 1974 (80)
262 d'Olive, Charles Rudolph 20 Jul 1974 (78)
263 Foster, George Buchanan 03 Jun 1974 (77)
264 Reed, Valentine ?? Jun 1974 (82)
265 Crowe, Cyril Marconi 31 May 1974 (80)
266 Frew, Matthew Brown 28 May 1974 (79)
267 Leask, Kenneth Malise St. Clair Graeme 24 Apr 1974 (78)
268 Price, Stephen William 19 Apr 1974 (81)
269 Daladier, Gustave Victorin 16 Apr 1974 (86)
270 Brownell, Raymond James 12 Apr 1974 (80)
Total Records: 1865
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