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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 Stewart, David Arthur 24 Dec 1924 (34)
872 Madon, Georges Felix 11 Nov 1924 (32) KIFA
873 Bourjade, Léon Jean Pierre 22 Oct 1924 (35)
874 Ancillotto, Giovanni 18 Oct 1924 (28)
875 Hantelmann, Georg von 07 Sep 1924 (26)
876 Hayward, George Searle Lomax 16 Aug 1924 (30)
877 Kullberg, Harold Albert 05 Aug 1924 (28) KIFA
878 Kypke, Walter 06 Jun 1924 (31) KIFA
879 Safonov, Mikhail ?? May 1924 (31) KIFA
880 Blake, Arthur Winston 14 Dec 1923 (24) KIFA
881 Lawson, George Edgar Bruce 19 Nov 1923 (24) KIFA
882 Gerrard, Thomas Francis Netterville 14 Jul 1923 (26)
883 Casale, Jean Pie Hyacinthe Paul Jerome 23 Jun 1923 (30) KIFA
884 Foot, Ernest Leslie 23 Jun 1923 (28) KIFA
885 Deullin, Albert Louis 29 May 1923 (33) KIFA
Total Records: 1863
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