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He was the second ranking Italian ace of the war.
He lived to become the last surviving Italian ace of the war.
He was 78 and the second-leading American air ace of the war in Europe.
His total tonnage made him the 10th most successful U-boat ace of the war.
With nine victories, he became and remained VF-6's leading ace of the war.
His confirmed victory total ranked him fourth among Italian aces of the war.
However, almost all German tank aces of the war fought from start to finish, so their overall results were more significant.
In a combat career lasting a matter of months, he was Australia's first ace of the war.
Jerry Vasconcells was Colorado's only ace of the war.
Manfred, known as the Red Baron, was the highest claiming ace of the war with 80 victories.
I./JG 54 would produce the fourth and fifth highest scoring aces of the war.
He was the second-highest scoring Hawker Hurricane fighter ace of the war.
He also concluded that had he remained healthy, Campbell could have surpassed him and become America's leading ace of the war.
Regardless of the exact date, he was the first RAF ace of the war to be lost in action.
Willy Coppens, the top Belgian ace of the war was the most successful HD.1 pilot.
At this time Erich Hartmann, who went on to become the highest scoring Ace of the war, served as his wingman.
He went on to become one of the RAF's first fighter aces of the war, being credited with 16 kills.
Silvio Scaroni, Italy's second ranking ace of the war, scored all his 26 confirmed aerial victories while with the squadron.
He is regarded as the best Soviet flying ace of the war, and is associated with flying the Lavochkin La-7.
He was also the first Australian-born ace of the war, and was well known for giving vent to patriotic feelings for his homeland in another way.
He was one of Canada's highest-scoring aces of the war, with 10 solo and 5 shared aircraft destroyed, and 1 probably destroyed.
The La-7 was flown by the top Soviet ace of the war, Ivan Nikitovich Kozhedub.
At the end of the patrol, Davis had scored 10 victories in the Korean War, making him the first double ace of the war.
He was the second highest scoring American ace of the war and was awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously.
Italy's leading flying ace of the war Francesco Baracca would be killed flying such a sortie on 19 June 1918.
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