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Spurs.—Spurs will always be worn with boots, whether mounted or dismounted, except that they will not be worn dismounted with field boots by dismounted officers. No officers of the Air Service will wear spurs except when actually mounted. When mounted, with leggins or woolen puttees, spurs will be worn. Black straps will be worn with black boots and russet-leather straps with russet-leather boots and leggins when the latter are worn on mounted occasions. Spurs will be worn points down.
S.R. No. 41, No. 5, July 17, 1918.
1 Rickenbacker, Edward Vernon 26
2 Gillet, Francis Warrington 20
3 Beaver, Wilfred 19
4 Kullberg, Harold Albert 19
5 Lambert, William Carpenter 18
6 Luke, Frank 18
7 Iaccaci, August Thayer 17
8 Iaccaci, Paul Thayer 17
9 Coler, Eugene Seeley 16
10 Lufbery, Gervais Raoul 16
11 Rose, Oren John 16
12 Springs, Elliott White 16
13 Libby, Frederick 14
14 Unger, Kenneth Russell 14
15 Putnam, David Endicott 13
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Books
Franks, Norman. American Aces of World War 1. Oxford: Osprey Publishing Ltd., 2001
Franks, Norman and Frank Bailey. Over the Front: A Complete Record of the Fighter Aces and Units of the United States and French Air Services, 1914-1918. London: Grub Street, 1992
 
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