British Royal Flying Corp/
Royal Air Force
World War I, 1914-1918
 
Each Pilot is listed alphabetically by last name
  Fractional credits are used when a single downing
of an enemy aircraft is credited to more then 1 pilot.
This occurs when a number of pilots are shooting at,
and attacking the same aircraft.
 
 
 

FSA=French Service Aeronautique
RAF=British Royal Flying Corp

USAS=U.S. Air Service

Capt. Frederick W. Gillet
flew a Sopwith Dolphin with
No. 79 Squadron, RAF and
is Americas leading RAF
WWI Ace with 20 victories.
 
 
This SE-5A aircraft
was flown by Harold Kullberg
and scored all 19 victories
in this type of plane with
No. 1 Squadron, RAF
 
Word War I Aces

 
Wartime Rank / Name A-Z Squadron / Group Credits Notes
 
Capt. Wilfred Beaver 20
19
 
Lt. Louis Bennett 40
12
 
Lt. Charles A. Bissonette 64, 24
6
 
Lt. Howard K. Boyson 66
5
 
Lt. Sydney M. Brown 29
5
 
Lt. Archibald Buchanan 210
7
 
Capt. Andrew A. Callender 32
8
 
Lt. Charles G. Catto 45
6
 
Lt. Eugene S. Coler 1
16
 
Lt. Norman Cooper 73
6
 
Capt. Frederick W. Gillet 79
20
 
Lt. John S. Griffith 60
9
 
Capt. Frank L. Hale 32
7
 
Capt. Harold E. Hartney 20, 27 USAS
6
+1 USAS
Lt. D'Arcy F. Hilton 29
8
 
Lt. Malcolm G. Howell 208
5
 
Capt. August T. Iaccaci 20
17
 
Lt. Paul T. Iaccaci 20
17
 
Capt. Harold A. Kullberg 1
19
 
Capt. William C. Lambert 24
18
 
Lt. Jens F. Larsen 84
9
 
Capt. Oliver C. LeBoutillier 9N, 209
10
 
Capt. Frederick I. Lord 79
12
 
Capt. Emile J. Lussier 73
11
 
Lt. Francis P. Magoun 1
5
 
Lt. Osborne J. Orr 204
5
 
Capt. James W. Pearson 23
12
 
Lt. Cleo F. Pineau 210
6
 
Lt. Bogart Rogers 32
6
 
Capt. Oren J. Rose 92
16
 
Lt. Walter K. Simon 139
8
 
Lt. Edgar Taylor 79
5
 
Lt. George D. Tod 65
5
 
Lt. Kenneth R. Unger 210
14
 
Capt. Clive W. Warman 23
12
 
Lt. Harold A. White 23
7
 
   
 
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