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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  
61 Carlaw, Walter MacFarlane Unknown
62 Chalmers, Robert Unknown
63 Chandler, Robert North Unknown
64 Chappell, Roy Williamson Unknown
65 Chartoire, Louis-Antoine Unknown
66 Child, James Unknown
67 Chiltern, Thomas Sydney Unknown
68 Christ, Karl Unknown
69 Clarke, William Henry Unknown
70 Classen, Friedrich Unknown
71 Claye, Hugh Unknown
72 Clayson, Percy Jack Unknown
73 Condemine, Theophile Henri Unknown
74 Conder, Reginald Edward Unknown
75 Coombe, James Geoffrey Unknown
Total Records: 1863
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