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American World War I Aces

We are looking for more information about many of the American World War I aces. And maybe you are too. In any case, here is the list of American aces. It includes USAS Aces, Americans who became RAF aces or RFC aces, Americans flying for the French Air Service as well as the solitary United States Naval Ace:

List of American World War I Aces

Edward Rickenbacker
Frederick W. Gillet
Howard A. Kullberg
William C. Lambert
Frank Luke
August T. Jaccaci
Paul T. Iaccaci
Eugene S. Coler
G. Raoul Lufbery
Oren J. Rose
Elliot W. Springs
Frederick C. Libby
Kenneth R. Unger
David E. Putnam
George A. Vaughn
Frank L. Baylies
Louis Bennett
Field E. Kindley
Reed G. Landis
Frederick I. Lord
Emile J. Lussier
James W. Pearson
Lloyd A. Hamilton
Duerson Knight
Oliver C. Le Boutillier
Jacques M. Swaab
Clive W. Warman
Paul F. Baer
Thomas G. Cassady
Jens F. Larsenv
Chester E. Wright
Howard R. Burdick
Alvin A. Callender
Henry R. Clay
James A. Connelly
Hamilton Coolidge
William P. Erwin
Frank O. Hunter
Clinton S. Jones
James A. Meissner
Edwin C. Parsons
Walter C. Simon
Martinus Stenseth
Wilber W. White
Charles J. Biddle
Archibald Buchanan
Reed M. Chambers
Harvey Weir Cook
Jesse O. Creech
John Donaldson
John Griffith
Frank Hale
D’Arcy F. Hilton
Lansing C. Holden, Jr.
Gorman Larner
Leslie J. Rummell
Wendell A. Robertson
Sumner Sewell
Karl J. Schoen
Martinus Stenseth
Hilbert Bair
James D. Beane
Charles A. Bissonette
Raymond Brooks
Douglas Campbell
Charles G. Catto
Norman Cooper
Ted Curtis
Murray K. Gutherie
Frank K. Hays
Donald Hudson
David S. Ingalls
Howard Clayton Knotts
Robert O. Lindsay
John MacArthur
David Petersen
Cleo F. Pineau
William Ponder
Bogart Rogers
Hank Stovall
Edgar Tobin
Jerry Vasconcells
Remington Vernam
Joe Wehner
Henry C. White
William T. Badham
Clayton L. Bissell
Howard K. Boyson
Sidney M. Brown
Harold R. Buckley
Lawrence K. Callahan
Everett Cook
Arthur E. Easterbrook
George W. Furlow
Harold H. George
Charles Gray
Edward M. Haight
James A. Healy
Malcolm C. Howell
Frederick E. Luff
James A. Keating
James Knowles
Francis Magoun
Ralph A. O’Neill
John S. Owens
Kenneth Porter
Orville A. Ralston
John J. Seerley
Harold J. Shoemaker
Francis M. Simonds, Jr.
Victor H. Strahm
Edgar Taylor
William Thaw
Robert M. Todd
William D. Tipton

Their squadrons, number of victories and air service are all listed in American Eagles.

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