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Name: Mario Fucini
1 Silver and 1 Bronze Medal for Military Valor
Country: Italy
Rank: Tenente
Units: 5a, 25a, 76a, 78a, 84a, 87a
Sez Duf Grittaglie
Victories: 7
Born: 01 February 1891
Place of Birth: Empoli
Died: 01 September 1977
Place of Death: Rome
 
 
Mario Fucini transferred from the Engineering Corps to aviation, receiving his pilot's license on 13 March 1916. He claimed 13 victories during the war but was officially credited with 7 in 1919.
 
Victories
Date Time Unit Aircraft Opponent Location
1 13 Nov 1917 76a   Two-seater  
2 26 Dec 1917 76a   DFW C.V Camalo
3 28 Jan 1918 76a   Two-seater Biadene
4 17 May 1918 abt 0915 78a   EA Maserada
5 16 Jun 1918 1030 78a   Hansa-Brandenburg C.I 1 Malborghetto/Fontigo
6 16 Jun 1918 1045 78a   Hansa-Brandenburg C.I Moriago
7 27 Oct 1918 1650 78a   Pfalz D.III Vazzola

1 Shared with Antonio Riva and Venier
 
Books
Above the War Fronts
by Norman L. R. Franks, Russell Guest, Gregory Alegi / Hardcover / Grub Street (September 1997)
Voli sul nemico
Mario Fucini / Hardcover / 1931
 
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