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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  
871 Bonneton, Fernand 24 Jun 1922 (32) KIFA
872 McClintock, Ronald St. Clair 22 Jun 1922 (30)
873 Smith, Ross MacPherson 13 Apr 1922 (30) KIFA
874 Federov (Fedoroff), Victor 04 Mar 1922 (37)
875 Richardson, Herbert Brian 14 Feb 1922 (24) KIFA
876 Scott, Alan John Lance 16 Jan 1922 (38)
877 Gossip, George Hatfield Dingley ?? ?? 1922 (25)
878 Tempest, Edmund Roger 17 Dec 1921 (27) KIFA
879 Cockerell, Stanley 04 Dec 1921 (26)
880 Barny De Romanet, Bernard Henri 23 Sep 1921 (27) KIFA
881 Maunoury, Ernest Joseph Jules 21 Sep 1921 (27) KIFA
882 Zink, Edmund Leonard 29 Aug 1921 (22)
883 Sutton, Oliver Manners 16 Aug 1921 (25)
884 Leusch, Wilhelm 14 Aug 1921 (29) KIFA
885 Shields, William Ernest 01 Aug 1921 (29) KIFA
Total Records: 1863
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