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Name: Constant Frederic Soulier
Médaille Militaire
Croix de Guerre with 6 palmes, 1 etoile de vermeil
Constant Soulier
Country: France
Rank: Marechal-des-Logis
Service: French Air Service
Unit: N26
Victories: 6
Born: 05 September 1897
Place of Birth: Paris
Died: 02 July 1933
Place of Death: Maisons-Laffitte
 
 
To hospital on 14 January 1917 and 29 June 1917. Following the death of Paul Sauvage on 7 January 1917, Soulier was the youngest ace in the French Air Service.
 
Médaille Militaire
"Voluntarily enlisted for the duration of the war. Has shown himself to be an excellent pursuit pilot, skillful as well as audacious. Has had numerous combats during the course of which he has downed three enemy appareils and forced four others to fall disabled." Médaille Militaire citation, 8 March 1917
 
Victories
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 24 Aug 1916 N26   Balloon N of Bois de Vaux
u/c 22 Aug 1916 N26   Balloon Mesnil-St. Nicaise
2 16 Oct 1916 0750 N26   LVG C E of Manancourt
3 10 Nov 1916 1015 N26   Aviatik C SE of Péronne
4 14 May 1917 1950 N26   EA Bray-en-Lannois
5 27 May 1917 1835 N26   DFW C Filain
u/c 28 May 1917 0810 N26   EA Pont Faverger
u/c 28 May 1917 0825 N26   EA Pont Faverger
6 03 Jun 1917 1850 N26   DFW C 1 Mulzon

1 Shared with Lt Honore de Bonald, Sgt Chapelle
 
Books
Over the Front
by Norman L. R. Franks, Frank W. Bailey / Hardcover / Grub Street the Basement (May 1992)
 
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