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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  
751 Vitalis, Marie Gaston Fulerand Leon 17 Aug 1941 (51)
752 Lally, Conrad Tolendal 05 Aug 1941 (59)
753 Costantini, Bartolomeo 19 Jul 1941 (52)
754 Phillipps, Roy Cecil 21 May 1941 (49) KIFA
755 Carlin, Sydney 09 May 1941 (52) KIA
756 Davies, Francis James 07 Mar 1941 (52)
757 Regnier, Emile Julien Mathurin 04 Sep 1940 (46)
758 Ritscherle, Karl 24 Aug 1940 (42) KIA
759 Arnoux, Maurice 06 Jun 1940 (45) KIA
760 Quandt, Theodor 06 Jun 1940 (43) KIA
761 Garaud, Hector Eugene Joseph 05 Apr 1940 (43) KIFA
762 Whistler, Harold Alfred ?? Mar 1940 (44) KIFA
763 Clark, Cecil Christian 30 Nov 1939 (42)
764 Durrand, William 12 Oct 1939 (54)
765 Monnington, Kurt Adolf 17 Feb 1939 (48)
Total Records: 1863
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