Some articles on victories:

Adolf Ritter Von Tutschek - Higher Command and Downfall
... climbs terrifically." He flew it to the last four victories of his career, on 26 February, and 1st (a balloon) 6th and 10 March ... His tally of 27 victories (24 with Jasta 12 or JG 2) would amount to a quarter of his parent Jasta 12's 104 victories ...
List Of U.S. Open (golf) Champions
... and invitations to The Players Championship for the five years following their victories ... Open victories, with four victories each ...
Samuel Frederick Henry Thompson - Observers
... Thompson claimed at least 18 of his victories with the front gun, the rest being claimed by his gunners ... observer ace during the war, for two of his victories, on 22 April and 26 July 1918, as well as with Sergeant L Kendrick for two victories in May 1918 ... final flight was Second Lieutenant Clifford Tolman, an 'ace' with 8 victories, who was also killed in the crash ...
Silvio Scaroni - Service As A Fighter Pilot
... By 19 December, he had scored six victories, and his squadron phased out the Nieuports ... For the remainder of his victories, Scaroni would fly a Hanriot HD.1 ... His 25 victories would make him second only to Belgium's Willy Coppens for success with this type of airplane ...

Famous quotes containing the word victories:

    And, “Better defeat almost,
    If seen clear,
    Than life’s victories of doubt
    That need endless talk-talk
    To make them out.”
    Robert Frost (1874–1963)

    “... Knowledge he shall unwind
    Through victories of the mind,
    Till, clambering at the cradle-side,
    He dreams himself his mother’s pride,
    All knowledge lost in trance
    Of sweeter ignorance.”
    William Butler Yeats (1865–1939)

    The real and lasting victories are those of peace, and not of war.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)