Fighter Ace

Some articles on fighter ace, fighter, ace:

List Of Aviators By Nickname - S
... Sailor" – Adolph Malan, South African RAF fighter ace "Sandy" – Brian Lane, RAF Battle of Britain pilot, Squadron Leader and fighter ace "Sheep" – George Gilroy, Battle of ... bush pilot "Spanky" – George Roberts, American commander of the 99th Fighter Squadron (Tuskegee Airmen) "Spig" – Frank W ... Navy aviator "Stan" – Roderic Dallas, top Australian fighter ace of World War I "Stapme" – Gerald Stapleton, British Battle of Britain fighter ace "Sticks" – William Gregory ...
List Of Military Figures By Nickname - S
... Malan, British fighter ace "Sailor King" — King William IV of Great Britain (due to service in the Royal Navy) "Sally" — James J ... World War II German panzer general "Screwball" - George Beurling, Canadian fighter ace "Seminole" — Edmund Kirby Smith, Confederate general "Shagger" — Johnny Johnstone, World War II British pilot ... Otto" — Otto Kretschmer, World War II German ace submarine commander "Skinny" — Francis W ...
Soviet Aviators - Alphabetical List - S
... Mikhail Safonov, World War I flying ace, winner of two decorations for valor Yevgeniy Savitskiy, World War II fighter ace, Marshal of Aviation, double HSU Irina Sebrova, World ...
John Marlow Thompson - Fighter Ace
... During August- October 1942, as Hal Far Wing Leader on Malta, Thompson claimed two more victories, a Ju 88 of KG 54 and a JG 27 Bf 109-F, and several aircraft damaged ... After a spell as OC, No 338 Wing, by March 1944 he was SASO, HQ, No 210 Group ...
List Of New Zealand Military Personnel - World War I
... to scale the walls of Le Quesnoy Ronald Bannerman - World War I fighter ace Harold Beamish DSC - World War I fighter ace Charles Henry Brown - officer who served at Gallipoli and on the Western Front Thomas ...

Famous quotes containing the words ace and/or fighter:

    I do not object to Gladstone’s always having the ace of trumps up his sleeve, but only to his pretence that God had put it there.
    Henry Labouchere (1831–1912)

    A pleasant smell of frying sausages
    Attacks the sense, along with an old, mostly invisible
    Photograph of what seems to be girls lounging around
    An old fighter bomber, circa 1942 vintage.
    John Ashbery (b. 1927)