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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 Jenks, Archie Nathaniel ?? ?? 1938 (49)
752 Rennella, Cosimo 03 May 1937 (47)
753 Hautzmayer, Ludwig 06 Dec 1936 (43) KIFA
754 Findlay, Maxwell Hutcheon ?? Oct 1936 (38) KIFA
755 Brumowski, Godwin 03 Jun 1936 (47) KIFA
756 Noltenius, Friedrich Theodor 12 Mar 1936 (42) KIFA
757 Murison, John Thompson Guy ?? Mar 1936 (47)
758 McGregor, Malcolm Charles 19 Feb 1936 (40) KIFA
759 Neuenhofen, Wilhelm 24 Jan 1936 (39) KIFA
760 Meissner, James Armand 16 Jan 1936 (40)
761 Gorringe, Frank Clifton ?? Jan 1936 (47)
762 Bedendo, Sebastiano 24 Aug 1935 (40) KIFA
763 Rolfes, Hans Joachim 12 Aug 1935 (41) KIFA
764 Vlasto, Alexander George 01 Mar 1935 (38)
765 Luke, Thomas Carlyon ?? ?? 1935 (43)
Total Records: 1863
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