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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.
 
Victories:

Viewing all records: 1865
    Name Score
346 England Banks, Charles Chaplin 13
347 England Brading, Reginald Carey Brenton 13
348 Germany Buddecke, Hans-Joachim 13
349 Germany Buettner (Büttner), Siegfried 13
350 France Casale, Jean Pie Hyacinthe Paul Jerome 13
351 Germany Christiansen, Friedrich 13
352 England Cock, Geoffrey Hornblower 13
353 Germany Collin, Dieter 13
354 England Cooke, Douglas Graham 13
355 England Curtis, Ralph Luxmore 13
356 Canada Curtis, Wilfred Austin 13
357 France Demeuldre, Omer Paul 13
358 France Garaud, Hector Eugene Joseph 13
359 Germany Geigl, Heinrich 13
360 South Africa Graham, Gray Gavin Lynedoch 13
 
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