The standard has always been a pilot has to shoot at least five planes down(since ww-1). To become an "ace", you had to achieve five kills in air to air combat. And these had to be verified or witnessed kills. If you went off on a free chase and downed a "boggie" but there were no friendlies around to confirm it, you might not get credit for it. That is why sometimes in bios of fighter pilots you will see X number confirmed kills, Y number probable kills
Chicago-O'Hare International Airport is named for Edward "Butch" O'Hare, a World War II aviator and the first US Navy Ace of WWII.
That would be George Herbert Walker Bush, who was a naval aviator in World War 2 in the Pacific.
George Bush Sr.
George H. Bush, 41st President of the United States, was a US Navy aviator in World War II.
Archibald Christie was an aviator in the Royal Flying Corps during World War I.
The Great War
because it was the world war that ended after the first world war. Also referring to world war as a war that has most countries fighting in it.
Most of the World's major powers must be invloved.
I think you meant what country was named Indochina before world war 2. the answer to that question is Vietnam.
The Great War. The Great War. The Great War. The Great War.
World War II
The elder George Bush (George H W Bush) was an airplane pilot during the war. He was shot down in combat but survived by parachuting out. The younger George Bush (George W Bush) was not born until after the war ended.
18 to 45 was the age requirement.
Adolf Hitler was named chancellor of Germany on Jan 30, 1933. This happened before WORLD WAR 2 which started in 1939.
No. She dropped out in 1942 while George H.W. Bush was a naval aviator in World War II.
Germany was punished for its role in World War I by the requirement of war reparations. Germany was unable to pay the high costs and eventually went into complete economic failure.
John McCain was in Vietnam as a naval aviator.
most of the world was involed with only a few neutral contries therefore appropeately named WORLD WAR II
The Red Baron, Manfred von Richtofen, was a very famous German aviator who reportedly defeated 80 Allied planes in aerial combat.