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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  
346 Degelow, Carl 09 Nov 1970 (79)
347 Keirstead, Ronald McNeill 23 Oct 1970 (75)
348 De Boigne, François Eugene Marie Antoin 23 Aug 1970 (74)
349 Stovall, William Howard 11 May 1970 (75)
350 Schmueckle (Schmückle), Karl 03 Apr 1970 (75)
351 Bowman, Geoffrey Hilton 25 Mar 1970 (79)
352 Libby, Frederick 09 Jan 1970 (78)
353 Sloot, Lambertus Louis Theodore ?? ?? 1970 (76)
354 Worthington, Charles Edward ?? ?? 1970 (73)
355 Herisson, William Louis Max 25 Dec 1969 (75)
356 Gillet, Francis Warrington 21 Dec 1969 (74)
357 Masding, Stanley Henry Percy ?? Dec 1969 (73)
358 Hoehne (Höhne), Otto 22 Nov 1969 (74)
359 Woollett, Henry Winslow 31 Oct 1969 (74)
360 Blaxland, Gregory Hamilton 25 Aug 1969 (73)
Total Records: 1863
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