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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 Hollinghurst, Leslie Norman 08 Jun 1971 (76)
347 Collins, Lewis Isaac 01 Jun 1971 (77)
348 Simon, Walter Carl 16 May 1971 (85)
349 Wertheim (Wertheimer), Pierre Armand 30 Apr 1971 (83)
350 Bissonette, Charles Arthur 26 Apr 1971 (75)
351 Ambrogi, Marius Jean Paul Elzeard 25 Apr 1971 (76)
352 Carpenter, Peter 21 Mar 1971 (80)
353 Barbaza, Yves Felix 26 Feb 1971 (78)
354 Knowles, James 20 Feb 1971 (75)
355 Atkey, Alfred Clayburn 10 Feb 1971 (77)
356 Woollven, Charles Henry Chapman 07 Jan 1971 (74)
357 Chiri, Antonio 06 Jan 1971 (77)
358 Banks, Charles Chaplin ?? ?? 1971 (78)
359 Findlay, Charles ?? ?? 1971 (80)
360 Jackman, Bruce Stanley C. ?? ?? 1971 (79)
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