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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  
91 Bunting, Stanton William 10 Sep 1984 (86)
92 Larner, DeFreest 20 May 1984 (87)
93 Thomas, Meredith 20 May 1984 (92)
94 Draisey, Arthur Stuart 26 Apr 1984 (85)
95 Fullard, Philip Fletcher 24 Apr 1984 (87)
96 Harris, Arthur Travers 05 Apr 1984 (92)
97 Conn, Kenneth Burns 30 Jan 1984 (88)
98 Rudkin, John ?? Jan 1984 (86)
99 Heldmann, Alois 01 Nov 1983 (88)
100 MacGregor, Andrew 24 Oct 1983 (86)
101 White, Hugh Granville 23 Sep 1983 (85)
102 Whitney, Robert Kenneth 15 Aug 1983 (85)
103 Staton, William Ernest 22 Jul 1983 (85)
104 Amantea, Antonio 13 Jul 1983 (89)
105 Satchell, Harold Leslie 08 Jun 1983 (87)
Total Records: 1863
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